"It can be really fun, but in many ways, the experience feels stretched out and the content on offer doesn't match up with the quality of the minute-to-minute gameplay."
Looking to grab some games for cheap? Industry giant Steam's annual Autumn sale is now officially live.
Rage 2's second extension has an appointment: The Terrormania DLC launches on PCs and consoles (PS4 and Xbox One) on November 14th, summoning an army of darkness for our...
We're ready to try Rage 2's second major content update out and cause some mayhem on today's live stream.
There are other features like cheats, tweaks, and more to enjoy in Avalanche Studios and id Software's shooter.
A flashlight is being added alongside three new ways to play, offering a higher level of challenge to players.
A new faction, new story beats, and new areas to explore; Avalanche is bringing fresh content to the anarchic open-world shooter.
Despite performing worse than the original when it comes to physical sales, the explosive sequel has ended Days Gone's streak at the top.
The beginning has already been shown, and now we're here to dish out some more advanced chaos in the wasteland.
We played the game for two hours yesterday, and we've got the whole thing for you to watch at your leisure.
We tried out the first 30 minutes of the game before heading into Eden Assault, seeing what the wasteland has to offer us.
Tomorrow marks the release of the explosive sequel, so we're heading in to see what's what in the world of Rage 2.
We'll be getting the game's first major expansion in August, with other free updates landing in the months between then and now.
Remember when that leak revealed plenty of games before they were announced? At least Bethesda can laugh about it.
Here we get to see General Cross, and all of the activities you can get up to in Avalanche Studios and id Software's chaotic sequel.
The PC version will allow super-wide resolutions and an uncapped framerate.