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Rage Screenshots and Images - PC

Rage
Game Description:A brand new IP for id Software (of Doom and Quake fame), this all-new title utilizes the company's unique id Tech 5 technology, aiming to incomparable new levels of graphic presentation in artistic expression and graphic fidelity. Rage offers high-intensity battling and racing gameplay, offering the complexity of race track dynamics and tactics (including a monetary system where you can invest winnings from races to improve your vehicles and character) and the action of a FPS when you take to foot in combat scenarios.
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4 / 5
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    (9 Ratings)
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Rage Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Rage "Quake Room" Easter Egg Video

    Posted: October 5, 2011

    10,733 Views | 02:22

  • Feedback -- Subway's Uncharted 3 Promotion & Rage Impressions

    Posted: October 5, 2011

    22,432 Views | 57:20

  • RAGE with Adam Sessler

    Posted: October 4, 2011

    10,888 Views | 05:17

  • RAGE In-Depth with Adam Sessler and Blair Herter

    Posted: October 4, 2011

    11,496 Views | 02:25

  • Rage "Field Goals" Video Guide

    Posted: October 4, 2011

    19,335 Views | 01:18

 


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<!-- Web.Config Configuration File -->

<configuration>
    <system.web>
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    </system.web>
</configuration>