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Submitted by chromeish 580d ago | review

Rage The Scorchers DLC Review | The Controller Online

Scott from The Controller Online writes: "Do you remember Rage? I do. If you don’t, Rage is a fantastic, post-apocalyptic, shooter that came out last October. I’m not talking about two months ago, this game was released over a year ago and we’re just getting our first DLC adventure for it now. That is a strange strategy, but I always love to have a good reason to dig an old favorite out of the stack and give it another spin. If you’re ready to head back to the Wasteland, it’s time to heat things up with The Scorchers." (PC, PS3, RAGE: The Scorchers, Xbox 360) 8/10

Kurt Russell  +   580d ago
I'm one of the peeps who loved this game, played the crap out of it... sadly it got traded a looong time ago, so too little too late :/
JohnApocalypse  +   580d ago
It pretty dam good. Its also pretty long for $5 DLC, like 3-4 hours long
pandehz  +   580d ago
Im having a good time with this dlc. Totally worth the price £3.49
phantomexe  +   580d ago
i picked up the dlc too. i enjoyed the game but felt it was incomplete. Rage deserves a sequel, there is alot to build off of and things they can fix.

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