Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Game Review: The Rage pt 2

I never felt any fierceness while playing Rage 2. Fervor from exciting gunfights? Truly. The delight of opening an extraordinary new capacity that changed the manner in which I move or battle in fascinating ways? Unquestionably. A little dash of repetitiveness from monotonous "slaughter everything" missions and a moderately inert open world? Beyond any doubt – yet no real wrath. In any case, I haven't played a solitary player shooter this vigorous and fulfilling in its minute to-minute activity since 2016's Doom; unmistakably engineers Avalanche and id transplanted a portion of that diversion's victories into this huge scale shooter, making its activity feel notably unique in relation to and more energetic than a Far Cry or Borderlands amusement.
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