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Submitted by Wick 952d ago | review

RAGE: The Scorchers DLC Review | WGTC

Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:

If a game has been out for a year or more, and hasn’t received any post-release content, it’s almost a surefire bet that it will never happen. However, that particular statement is not a rule, nor is it written in stone, as id Software and Bethesda Softworks have proven. The two companies just combined to release The Scorchers, the first downloadable expansion for RAGE, 2011′s apocalyptic bullet fest. By doing so, they’ve been able to make good on a promise that many had considered moot, with an impressive end result that offers fans quite a bit of quality content for an affordable, five-dollar price tag. (PC, PS3, RAGE: The Scorchers, Xbox 360) 4/5

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