Rage for Xbox 360
Xbox 360


Oct 4, 2011
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About this game

Developer: id Software
Content Rating: Mature


After an asteroid impacts Earth, humanity attempts to rebuild. Sheltered in cryogenic lifeboats, survivors emerge years after impact to a devastated planet where some of mankind survived in struggling settlements or murderous bandit clans, while horrific mutants roam the dead cities. And a mysterious tyrannical government is on the hunt… for you.

Critic Reviews

22 Reviews
Brad ShoemakerOct 04, 2011
Over the first couple of hours, you may find yourself coming to terms with the style of game Rage actually is, rather than the type of game you may have expected it to be based on some of its peripheral design elements. A deep and sprawling experience it's not, but as a focused, directed shooter with a few other things to do between the shooting, it hits the right notes. And damn does it look good doing it.
Billy ShibleyOct 03, 2011
Game developers rarely challenge themselves like id has with Rage. Not only did they decide to leave their most beloved and iconic franchises behind to try something new, but they decided to do it on a six year old platform that they’ve never developed for, a task which has sunk more than a handful of developers. Fortunately it was a wise and well-executed decision
Game TrailersOct 04, 2011
RAGE is a perfect example of why we try to stay as uninformed as possible before reviewing a game. We never imagined that the RPG elements would be so vast or deftly handled, resulting in a pleasant surprise. A near-perfect mix of first-person shooting and role-playing, it's a nice fit for those who felt too detached from the gun play in Fallout 3 or Mass Effect. Some may bemoan the lack of competitive multiplayer shooting, but when there are dozens of games on the horizon that do just that, the vehicular approach is the right one.

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