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GF Rating
7.2

11359 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
1

Horrible

This is more a review of Gamefly version of Rage.

posted by odin4905 (MONROE, NC) Aug 6, 2012

Member since Aug 2012

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

The reason is they ship all 3 discs in one sleeve. Don't separate them at all, so they are scratching themselves and warping all the way to my house. So, no surprise, they don't work. Good job Gamefly.

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

A really Intense Game!

posted by IIVIIATT3 (CORONA, CA) Feb 13, 2012

Member since Nov 2011

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

This is one of the greatest games ive played the graphics are the best ive seen and the gameplay is very entertaining. it may be a little slow at first but id say once you get the second vehicle it gets awesome the missions get more challenging. The local multiplayer was a plus for me great missions for coop and races

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Amazing Game

posted by damien020 (LAUDERHILL, FL) Oct 6, 2011

Member since Oct 2011

17 out of 29 gamers (59%) found this review helpful

Rage is definitely worth the 6 year wait. The graphics are really good and the gameplay is also well thought out. For the people that are giving the game bad reviews because they say it's a copy of borderlands, let me explain something to you. Id software has been developing this game for 6 years. Now if you do the math, that means they've been working on the game to make it as good as possible since 2005. Borderlands was released in 2009. So really if you think about it, borderlands copied rage. Borderlands was cartoony, repetitive after awhile, and had way too many guns that did the same thing. Don't get me wrong, borderlands is an okay game, but it pales in comparison to Rage. Rage's graphics feel realistic at times to the point where you feel like you're actually in the game yourself and the weapons are unique because you're able to upgrade them as you progress in the game. The driving parts also brings me back to my twisted metal days. The controls are responsive. You tap the e-brake and you stop instantly. It feels like i'm dodging bullets like the matrix when i'm strafing back and forth. Id software helped make first person shooters what they are today. There wouldn't be a borderlands if it wasn't for id software. Why would they need to copy an average game like that? Rage doesn't take some things from fallout, like the end of the world theme and stuff like that. But rage has objectives and points you in the right direction, where instead fallout kind of throws you in the cold with almost nothing to start with and says good luck. Only bad thing i can say about rage so far is that it takes up a great deal of harddrive space if you install it but it still has loading time. If i'm going to take up almost 20gb of space, there shouldn't be any loading time. Other than that, i'm enjoying the game.

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