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A meteor called Apophis strikes the earth, wiping out most of the population. The remaining survivors form camps and small towns, along with various bandit camps. When the meteor hit, it had a lethal amount of Feltrite on it, that fiddled with the D.N.A of some people, turning them into monsters. —mattga1
RAGE is great
I don't know what game the guy who claims to have played through RAGE in nine hours played, because it took me thirty hours to get through all the gameplay in RAGE. Maybe he skipped all the races and side quests. I don't know. This is definitely on the top list of my all time favorite first person shooters, right up there with the original Doom (a masterpiece once you get used to the pixelated imagery), Half Life and Halo. The racing reminds me of, but isn't as good as, the wonderfully entertaining desert buggy stuff from Jak 3. There isn't enough variation in the buggy stuff in RAGE; you get to do a couple of postal runs but then there are no more, the speedway has too many chaotic reach-the-frag-point levels where luck is your only friend, and the second chapter at the subway city had no wasteland to explore at all. But nevertheless, the racing is just an added bonus to what is a really remarkable first person shooter. I jumped out of my seat at least a half dozen times as mutants popped out of every nook and cranny at me. On normal difficulty level it's a perfect combination of strategy and just massacring everything around you. My only qualms are that the driving is not fully realized and the money that you receive for each mission could be a bit more so that you can stock up on more items. The graphics are top notch. I played it using a projector and felt like I was right there in the game at times. Can't wait to play RAGE 2.
- Mar 19, 2012
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