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Game Review: Is id’s Rage all the Rage?

They were wrong. The end of the world was August 23, 2029, when the asteroid hit. The brilliant minds of our time came up with the Ark, vessels buried deep underground. It was supposed to be our salvation. It was our salvation, but not as it was intended.

In id Software’s new first-person shooter Rage, you take on the role of an Ark survivor that awakens in a post-apocalyptic world inhabited by humans, mutants, and a lot of devastation. Much to every fanboi’s dismay, Rage is a cross between Fallout 3 and Borderlands with id Software’s own twist and brilliant first-person shooter game play.
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Game Review: Fable III

While Fable 3 has been out for a while for the Xbox, the third installment in the Fable series wasn’t released for the PC until this last March. This game starts with you leading a revolt against the King of Albion, your brother.

Your brother is an evil monarch that taxes his citizens into poverty and people claim he has gotten worse over the last four years. It isn’t long before the player is placed in an impossible position where he must decide between the lesser of two evils. This leads you to begin your revolution, as you conspire with the various factions of Albion to overthrow its ruler.
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Game Review: Fallout New Vegas Honest Hearts

The second DLC update to last year’s RPG of the year Fallout New Vegas was released this weekend despite recent proximity to Fable 3’s PC debut as well as The Witcher 2, which both came out earlier this month.

For a mere $10, Honest Hearts will increase your Fallout New Vegas level cap another 5 levels, as well as add another 4 or so hours of content that takes place in Utah’s glorious Zion National Park. This park located north of the Mohave Desert is known for its most prominent feature, a 15-mile wide canyon carved deep within the reddish and tan-colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River; the perfect place for our second expansion pack. Read more

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