OverviewRogue Entertainment was a development studio active in the late 1990s and housed in the same office building as id Software. All of their titles used id Software game engines and they also created two expansions for games in the Quake series. Their own games Strife (1996) and American McGee's Alice (2000) were well-received and praised for their originality. The company was shut down in 2001 and many of the members moved on to Nerve Software.
TriviaUnfortunately, Rogue Entertainment shut down in 2001 shortly after Valve forced them to stop working on Counter Strike: Condition Zero, and moved it to Gearbox.
- Rogue Entertainment -- The official homepage