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== Games ==
 
== Games ==
  
Raven Software developed two [[Doom engine]] games, and one [[Doom 3 engine]] game:
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Raven Software developed two [[Doom engine]] games, and one [[Doom 3]] engine game:
 
*[[Heretic]]
 
*[[Heretic]]
 
*[[Hexen]]
 
*[[Hexen]]
 
*[[Quake 4]]
 
*[[Quake 4]]
  
While Raven Software wrote sequels for [[Heretic]] and [[Hexen]], they were created under the [[Quake]] engine.  Other games released by Raven include the ''Soldier of Fortune'' series, ''Star Trek: Voyager'', ''Star Wars: Jedi Outcast'', and others.  
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While Raven Software wrote the sequels [[Heretic II]] and [[Hexen II]], they were created under the [[Quake]] engine series.  Other games released by Raven include the ''Soldier of Fortune'' series, ''Star Trek: Voyager'', ''Star Wars: Jedi Outcast'', and others.  
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 02:01, 21 February 2010

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Raven Software is a computer game software developer based in Madison, Wisconsin. The company was founded in 1990 by brothers Brian and Steve Raffel. The company formed with five men, one computer, a basement and a vision of creating a role-playing game for the Amiga computer platform.

In 1997, Raven Software joined forces with Activision in a publishing deal to combine Activision's publishing and distribution resources with Raven Software's development team.

Raven has a history of working with id Software leading to their most recent project, Quake 4, which was released on October 17th, 2005 for PC, and November 22nd for Xbox 360. During his tenure at id, John Romero was the primary link between the two companies.

Games

Raven Software developed two Doom engine games, and one Doom 3 engine game:

While Raven Software wrote the sequels Heretic II and Hexen II, they were created under the Quake engine series. Other games released by Raven include the Soldier of Fortune series, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Wars: Jedi Outcast, and others.

External links

This article incorporates text from the open-content Wikipedia online encyclopedia article Raven Software.