RAGE releases amidst a slew of first person shooters and in the wake of a number of great games that feature a post apocalyptic setting.
Rage has been in development for 7 years. When iD first started work on Rage, Bethseda's Oblivion was still 2 years away from release. And Fallout was 4 years away! If anything Fallout 3 is Rage's little brother!
Technically not true, Tech5 has been in development for 7 years. RAGE itself was started at more or less the same time as Fallout 3 and Borderlands. Your point still stands though, they were started at the same time. I think the article is talking more in terms of pace and attitude though. Either way, dumb article. Both are\will be great games and putting them in a V.S. competition is pointless.
Eh what exactly is wrong with the title? Rage and Fallout 3 are both open world post apocalyptic themed games and RAGE is FPS first and RPG second while FO3 is RPG first and FPS second. Sounds accurate to me.
This is a day one purchase for me.I've read several previews now and there's very few negatives. This is going to be a top quality game and I like the fact that it's more action slanted than RPG.
Regardless of its focus, RAGE is (by all accounts that I've read or seen) going to be an outstanding AAA game. I don't want another Fallout 3, I have Fallout 4 for that. I want RAGE.
fallout 4 could stand to be a bit more intense and polished in the combat department.
Rage has been in development for 6years. Carmack said it himself,lol.
Sounds good to me. Let's shoot things...
all i want to know is how much exploration is there in this game ??
i never played fallout but this game looks SICK i gata have this wen its released
I'm not sure why they would compare this to Fallout unless they're just trying to say that a good game (Rage) is better than a crappy buggy one (Fallout 3).
What a crappy article. I'd like that time back I wasted on reading it.
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