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Rage (PC)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 73 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the action and value for money. The gameplay and graphics also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the single player gameplay. Opinions are divided on the reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Rage (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 91/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 73 reviews)

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Rage (PC)

 

The postapocalyptic future is looking pretty good. From the moment you step out under the brilliant, cloud-studded sky of a ruined world, Rage proclaims its artistic prowess. As you drive along dirt roads through narrow canyons among the hardscrabble...

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RAGE

 

All in all, RAGE doesn't reinvent the wheel and it's not necessarily an evolution of it either. What it does do is provide you with a 10-15 hour experience; an experience that's simple, unadulterated fun and one that's highly recommended.

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Rage

 

Not really angry. More just meh.

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Rage

 

Save for a few instances of blurring and other weird glitches, Rage is easily one of the best looking games on any platform. Everything is crisp, clear and it's easy to get lost in the game's seemingly infinite environments.

The enemies jumping around avoiding all the attacks and the weapons seemed pretty good and added a nice challenge.

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Rage

 

Finally.” That was the first thought I had in my head when Rage was released this month. Throughout the five years of its development, it felt

As you can tell, I found it difficult to view Rage in a vacuum. As much as it tried to distance itself from other games of its ilk, the problem is that games like Borderlands and Fallout provide for a much more compelling gaming experience. Fault, I...

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RAGE

 

What is it about the end of the world that captures our collective imagination so easily? Is it the idea of a clean slate, where everyone is inherently equal because we are all trying to simply survive? Or is it the notion that from those dire...

In the end, Rage reminds me a lot of Borderlands, another game that, while uniquely awesome in its own way, ultimately left me disappointed: same basic locale, same silent protagonist, same pseudo-open world, same focus on driving to missions, same...

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Rage Review

 

Though plagued by technical issues, Rage creates an engrossing world full of thoughtful detail and solid shooter action.

Impressive artistic design ; A host of charismatic characters ; Enjoyable array of weapons and items ; Speedy and gratifying vehicular action

Numerous visual bugs ; Inconsistent textures ; Story isn't strong enough to make you care about the primary conflict

Not all Wasteland inhabitants are friendly, however. Packs of bandits have taken up residence in their own little communities, and each group has its own look, combat tactics, and interior decorations. Keeping an eye out in these dens not only gives...

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RAGE Review

 

In some ways, it seems like RAGE from id Software, the creators of the first person shooter genre, has arrived years too late. We are likely nearing the end of a console generation that could have used this game at the beginning of the cycle, rather...

id Software deserves heaps of credit for breaking through technical barriers and pushing themselves to make a AAA shooter that can hang with today's biggest names. Not everything seems to have come out quite as intended, though, as the RPG elements and...

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Rage

 

Rage is untethered, in the stony desert, and Chris Capel's afraid he might fade away...

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Rage Preview

 

Id Software is back in a huge way with its new, absolutely beautiful first-person shooter Rage. The game was being shown behind closed doors in Bethesda Softworks' booth at E3 and it is shaping up to be one of the prettiest, most fun shooters on the...