Rage Reviews (iPad)

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GamePro (US) (Nov 19, 2010)
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.
148apps (Nov 23, 2010)
The Portable Gamer takes a look at this new on-rails shooter with the impressive pedigree.
AppSafari (Nov 18, 2010)
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.
1UP (Nov 19, 2010)
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 (Nov 18, 2010)
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.
IGN (Nov 18, 2010)
Mutant Bash TV is a stunning game, loaded with over-the-top violence. It has the blood of a mid-nineties arcade light gun game coursing through its veins, something you play over and over to put big scores up on the board. Yet there is no board here. If the amount of real estate to cover in Mutant Bash TV is limited and I'm expected to replay it over and over (which is fine with me), then let me boast about my mutant-slaying prowess to the world, not my dog. She couldn't care less.
Pocket Gamer UK (Nov 18, 2010)
A feast for the eyes, RAGE doesn't make the most of its fun arcade action as it's missing some standard features.
4Players.de (Dec 02, 2010)
Rage ist vieles: Laut, schnell, technisch höchst beeindruckend, sehr id-typisch. Aber eines ist es nicht: Ein richtiges Spiel. Das liegt in erster Linie daran, dass es sich wie ein Appetithappen anfühlt - gerade mal drei Level, drei Waffen, drei Gegnertypen; das Ganze ist in gut einer halben Stunde durchgespielt. Nun könnte man sagen: Ja prima, das perfekte Spiel für die schnelle Highscorejagd zwischendurch. Was aber ein Highscoreshooter mehr als alles andere braucht, ist eine Vergleichsmöglichkeit mit den Punktzahlen anderer Leute - und genau die hat Rage nicht. John Carmack hat bereits ein Update angekündigt, in dem es Online-Ranglisten geben wird. Aber wer weiß, wann das kommen wird? Bis dahin ist Rage sowohl in der normalen, aber gerade in der HD-Fassung in erster Linie eine brillante Techdemo und ein netter Teaser für das eigentliche Spiel, das irgendwann 2011 erscheinen soll.