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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:59pm 10/05/19 | 1 Comments
Launch trailers, release date trailers, gameplay debuts, cinematic vignettes, at this point if you follow the day-to-day news and goings on of the videogame world odds are you've seen your fair share. Which is why when a launch trailer like the one for RAGE 2 comes along it's well worth setting aside some time for.

Sure, it has a central idea or theme in how it plays out, but with id Software and Avalanche Studios long-awaited sequel all about over-the-top combat in a huge vibrant open world - it nails the feel. Alongside being pure dose of fun.

Check it out.

RAGE 2 is out next week, on May 14 for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Recently we had a chance to play it for a number of hours - so be sure to check out our latest feature.

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Posted 09:27pm 12/5/19
Huh... I thought I wasn't going to be buying any new games for a while. Guess I was wrong.
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