software next to the likes of DMA and Rebellion among others
are well known as being the UK's spear front in the gaming world.
With a track record of producing powerful 'arcade' style hits
like Incoming and Expendable, Rage certainly knows what fasted
paced and turbo charged gameplay is all about.
games like Incoming and Expendable have been flawed in their
lack of depth and originality, never graphics or sound. Thankfully
the teams are now setting out to change all that with a whole
box full of new titles for 2000 and beyond in-progress. This
interview focuses on three of the primary titles currently in
production, namely Midnight GT, Hostile Waters and Incoming
Man, The Interview
better to tell us all about these titles then the head PR man
at Rage, Martin Kitney. We first met Martin at ECTS'99, at first
looking like somebody from the Italian Mafia - poised and ready
to break out a 'Tommy Gun' any moment. He's actually a very
helpful guy who is keen to get the message out to as many as
possible that Rage is not a company to be messed with.
doesn't do this by words, expression or even the use of a long
cylindrical barrel of hollowed out steel pointed calmly at your
head. Instead he just flicks on a screen and shows you the goods,
the games can quite literally speak for themselves. To find
out just how much they can, we decided to do a little investigating
of our own to learn more about the company as well as the products.