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Outrage Entertainment

Outrage Entertainment
Industry Video games
Fate Closed
Predecessor(s) Parallax Software
Founded 1997 (1997)
Defunct 2004 (2004)
Headquarters Ann Arbor, Michigan
Champaign, Illinois
Key people Matt Toschlog
Products Alter Echo, Descent 3, Red Faction II
Parent THQ

Outrage Entertainment was a video game developer created in December 1997, when Parallax Software decided to split in two (Outrage Entertainment and Volition). Their headquarters were located in Ann Arbor, Michigan and had a staff mostly composed people who worked for Parallax Software, and were led by Matt Toschlog. It is most well known for developing Alter Echo, Descent 3 and the Windows and Xbox ports of Red Faction II.

The company was acquired by THQ on 4 April 2002, and renamed Outrage Games. It was closed during 2003–2004 fiscal year.


Mac OS


PlayStation 2


External links

  • MobyGames

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