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Weekly Wrap-Up: Rage Was All The Rage This Week

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Posted October 9, 2011 - By Leah Jackson

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Rage was all we could talk about this week at G4TV.com. While PC gamers had a bit of trouble out of the gate with id Software's newest title, most Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers were delighted with the game. We created a ton of guides and walkthroughs for Rage this week, but that's not all! We also worked our butts off to create some of the best video game and tech related content that you could ever ask for. Check it all out after the break, but first, here's our slate of excellent web shows for your watching enjoyment:

  • Feedback: The Feedback team wanders the wasteland to discuss Rage.
  • The MMO Report: Casey covers the latest MMO news.
  • Sessler's Soapbox: Adam Sessler talks about how games need to finish strong.
  • Fresh Ink: Blair Butler talks the latest and greatest comics.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

  • Epic Games demos Unreal Engine 3 running in a Flash Player 11-powered browser using Unreal Tournament 3.
  • Electronic Arts' FIFA 12 scores big in its first week of release, with a record-breaking 3.2 million units sold through.
  • Official documents filed with the Australian government confirm that L.A. Noire dev Team Bondi is ceasing operations.
  • The next generation of video games consoles are in the works, and here's your guide about what to expect.
  • The latest content pack update for ChAIR's Infinity Blade also includes glimpses of the game's upcoming sequel and iBook.
  • Driver: San Francisco is Ubisoft's surprisingly fun driving game, and here's your guide to winning at multiplayer.
  • Keiji Inafune reveals his upcoming high-seas action game for Nintendo 3DS, King of Pirates.
  • The new Sony "Michael" ad is really amazing.
  • An ad for the Xbox 720 was spotted in the trailer for Real Steel.
  • Yet another Batman: Arkham City villain has been revealed.
  • Which shooter will reign supreme: Modern Warfare 3 or Battlefield 3? X-Play's Blair Herter takes a look at both games.
  • The zombie-slaying Yakuza game will be hitting the states as Yakuza: Dead Souls.
  • X-Play's Blair Herter and Adam Sessler take an in-depth look at id Software's new shooter Rage.
  • Microsoft has announced a partnership with over 40 media providers.
  • Get caught up to speed in League of Legends new Dominion mode with our guide.
  • The Dragon Age webseries Dragon Age: Redemption, will be making its internet debut next week.
  • EA has filed a lawsuit against Energy Armor over a seemingly similar logo.
  • Feedback Tower, this is Ghost Rider requesting a flyby, into your mind.
  • The website Gamers Opt Out allows you to not even send a letter to opt out of EULAs.
  • Valve and Dark Horse Comics are partnering up to create a hardcover collection of comic books.
  • Check out the process for these fans to get their faces in Prototype 2.
  • Want a guide to the weapons you'll be using in Rage? We've got you covered in our guide with everything from the pistol to the pulse
  • We've got some new details surrounding the amazing "Michael" ad that Sony released earlier today cerebrating video game characters.
  • Apple founder Steve Jobs has died.

Thursday

Friday

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