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Rage (iPad)

100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
5 point score based on user ratings.

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GamePro (US)
This highly entertaining, visceral experience that pretty much blows away every FPS I've recently played on anything resembling a handheld is cheaper than a big-brand cuppa joe. But what I'm not forgetting is that this is on an iPad -- something that was never really marketed as a games machine, but thanks to games like Rage, seems to rapidly becoming one of the best mobile gaming platforms out there.
The Portable Gamer takes a look at this new on-rails shooter with the impressive pedigree.
RAGE on the iPhone is a welcomed addition to the id collection of iPhone games including Doom Resurrection, and DOOM II RPG. Overall, if you’re a fan of id Software’s titles or FPS games, spending 1 or 2 dollars on this game is a no brainer.
Gamers will be happy to play something pretty from the creators of Doom. But non-gamers may find Rage HD, with its simple controls and jaw-dropping graphics, to be an entry point for a genre that's notoriously unwelcoming. Rage HD might not be massive in scope, but its potential audience sure is.
App Spy
RAGE has the capacity for real depth and quality in a way that hasn't been quite realized on the App Store, but gamers will have to suffice with a point-scoring bonanza that has legs, at least for a little while. RAGE is worth picking up to show off to friends, but it has a limited shelf-time once you're done unless you're a dedicated score-hunter.
Pocket Gamer UK
A feast for the eyes, RAGE doesn't make the most of its fun arcade action as it's missing some standard features.