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- Take on bandit gangs and hordes of mutants using an arsenal of exotic weapons and special items
- Upgrade and customize your car with special parts, paint jobs and weapons, then test your skills as you battle four-wheeling bandit clans
- Immerse yourself in a rich story-driven single-player experience, grab a friend for exclusive co-op modes
- Beyond the first-person action and vehicle combat, RAGE offers a world open to explore, with unique characters
- Powered by id's cutting-edge new id Tech 5 engine, new Megatexture technology brings the vast wasteland to life
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
Honestly, the only reason why I gave the game 4 stars instead of 5 is that the game does give a gratuitous amount of hints at a deeper story without ever actually realizing it, like they dangle the carrot right out in front of you, always just out of reach...it leaves you with the who/what/when/where/why never actually realizing its full potential. That IMO, is a legitimate grievance to ID, "Hey guys, if you're going to do something, do it." With Doom, the simple story arch merely served to set the tone, this they can get a way with since the game was ultimately about some fool opening up the gates of hell and you're there to stop it, return to castle wolfenstein played exactly the same way, which is fine. However, the world of RAGE is deeper and nuanced, with a lot more things going on...was it an EPIC fail, HELL NO! They have so much to work with on future iterations to make this another long standing gem of an IP hopefully. But, if they nail down that one gripe, this game can easily go from very good to excellent!!Read more ›
However, Rage is also very linear and God only knows what happened during the development cycle to result in the terrible final level and embarrassingly bad ending. It's painfully obvious that the game was cut short and/or truncated quite a bit to either meet a deadline or because Id's publisher wouldn't let them ship more than three DVDs in the XBOX version of the game package.
From a pure price perspective, Rage is worth $30 - $40 in my mind. If I could go back in time I'd wait for it to drop down from its $60 price point (or rent it).
Now, on to a more detailed critique from the perspective of someone who has played every Id game starting with DOOM shareware (though I'm more of a casual family-man gamer now)...
Rage has a few major issues, but I'll focus on three:
One, of course, is the terrible final level and ending. Like I said... it's obvious that Id cut down on the amount of content per area as you get further into the game. The first wasteland around Wellspring is quite large and interesting, with sewers, mailboxes, Mutant TV, etc. all to explore. The second wasteland around Subway town is smaller and less interesting. And then it seems as if there's going to be a third area (or third act, if you want to call it that) which never occurs.Read more ›
Graphically, Rage is the best looking game on Xbox360 to date. The "id Tech 5" engine is truly impressive and even the HD videos on the Internet cannot do it justice. To truly appreciate the graphical beauty of this game you must play or watch it in real life not on the Internet.
The lighting alone in this game is spectacular. I've heard people mention things like pop ups and screen tearing, but to be honest I haven't seen anything like that and I've played through multiple times now. From the very beginning I was looking around stunned at what I was seeing and that there could be this much of a graphics leap on a console that was released six years ago. The id 5 engine has definitely pushed the graphics envelope up a notch and proved the 360 has hardly reached its graphical limit. Gamers should be excited about this because as soon as they start selling the code for this engine to other developers it's going to make the beginning of this gaming generation and end of this generation look like night and day.
Fighting and driving in a wasteland has never been so fun. Transition to and from vehicles and from area to area is seamless. Combat is fun and fast and urges you react to your aggressors immediately by whatever lethal means possible. In the beginning you can obtain different weapons from main/side quests and later on buy them at the store. They are upgradable and you can make them better assuming you have the cash. There are also a bunch of things automated and non-automated that you can craft to help you in the wasteland- Of these my favorite is the sentry bot. There is nothing as satisfying as switching weapons on the fly to deal out death in a dozen different ways and looting everything you can get your hands on.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great graphics single player is average in terms of story and gameplay but the multiplayer is alot of funPublished 6 days ago by Mark Drzazgowski
This is a nice game, short but nice. The DLC adds a few missions and weapons to the fun but is not that much. Graphicwise is a bag of mixed things. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hector Ivan Corea
Rage was fun, if not a little boring and repetitive. It seemed like a dumbed down version of fallout with a severe lack of a main story-line. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jimmy Hitchcock
2 disc game, I like the story and the battles, but got bored quickly with too many low end tasks and Ejected.
Game is a 5-6
Excellent story line, voice acting, action and graphics. This was the last game I played on 360 before moving on to Come. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Neo