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RAGE is the highly anticipated first-person shooter from legendary developer id Software.

Total Rating: 8.14
Reviews: 7

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Post Date: 23:18 18-04-2015
Rating: 8
Author: LosmiK
Comment: A must have for both fans of FPS and sandbox games because it succeeds in both genres. An addictive and furiously violent videogame that will be breathtaking for every action fan.

Post Date: 19:37 16-01-2015
Rating: 8
Author: altot
Comment: About eight years ago Rage, the new franchise from the daddy of Doom and Quake, looked a breath of fresh air; cutting edge technology, RPG-enthused gameplay, exciting post-apocalyptic universe... and just about every other bullet point that's now commonplace on the boxes of most first-person shooters. Id Software's taken its time constructing Rage, and as a result its setting and game engine aren't quite as thrilling as they perhaps would've been had it made it onto shelves before the Unreal Engine and Fallout/Borderlands/Enslaved/Resistance/Metro invasion. But that's not to say the extra construction time hasn't paid off; Rage's bashed-up world is by far the most believable and beautifully decayed of the army of Mad Max-alikes in the shops today, while id Tech 5 offers genuinely Epic-topping gasps, like characters (friend or foe) that almost challenge Half-Life 2 in the personality stakes. Rage's story sees your player character wake in the distant future when the planet's been levelled by an Asteroid the size of New York City. Your protagonist is one of the lucky few who were cryogenically stored in underground pods known as Arks, and now, stumbling from your sleeping pod like a half-cut student on a Tuesday afternoon, you discover the surface world managed to survive beyond the apocalypse - but it's a very different place. The planet is now basically a page out of any number of post-apocalyptic movie scripts, with various tribal factions fighting each other with clubs and cyberpunk guns, in an effort to come out on top in the desert wasteland that Earth's become. Bandits and mutants are your shooting fodder for most of the game, while later on the technologically savvy Authority change up the gameplay with their bullet-absorbing armour and holographic riot shields. On paper the Wasteland is nothing we haven't seen a dozen times before in the likes of Borderlands and Bethesda's other top shooter, Fallout 3. But id's polish shows through in the gorgeous sun-kissed canyons and amazingly detailed settlements, with every environment telling a story and feeling more believable than the rival games. Much like the other granddaddies of FPS at Half-Life house Valve, id is masterful at constructing game spaces that feel lived in with back story and character, like the mutant-infested streets of the Dead City or a RC bomb-car factory, which houses every construction process from chemicals to sticking the wheels on. Id's overarching plotline might fall a little flat in the end (more on that later), but the world of Rage oozes personality - as does its cast of characters, with their stunning, intricate animations and impressive face mapping. While story and structure may never have been what id games were about, expertly refined gameplay mechanics are what the fans have craved - and Rage has that, along with tonnes of variety. It might not be the perfect FPS those four years of development suggested, but get your hands on that shotgun and you'll know it was worth the wait. t's a truly worthwhile single-player game, only let down at the end by a disappointing final third which, though I don't want to spoil details, concludes with a whimper. Which is a shame.

Post Date: 21:21 30-11-2014
Rating: 8
Author: Mihajlo
Comment: Rage is first person shooter game developed by id Software. Rage has 2 multiplayer modes: Road Rage (up to 4 player free for all mode) and Wasteland Legends (2 man co-op mode). Game has decent graphics and it's fun to play. My vote for this game is 8/10

Post Date: 11:09 28-04-2012
Rating: 8
Author: Thedarkboy
Comment: I think Rage is a pretty nice game. It can be fun in some moments but sometimes it also can be a little boring. But it's not a waste of time. I also agree with buzzsaw. The vehicles are probably the best about the game. Not saying that it's the only good about the game just that it's probably the best about the game.

Post Date: 14:48 08-10-2011
Rating: 9
Author: buzzsaw
Comment: The vehicles are what make Rage more fun. The rest is not on the level as other Id stuff:(.

Post Date: 03:59 06-10-2011
Rating: 8
Author: Joker
Comment: I am playing the PS3 version from Red Box. So far I am having a blast! However, I would not put it in the same league as Quake or Doom.

Post Date: 07:54 04-07-2011
Rating: 8
Author: Ltap
Comment: I can't wait for Rage! Id Software needs a new killer game. My only hope is that the hype is not overdone.

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