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Rage site updates with fanciness, free music track


9:40 AM on 03.11.2011
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Bethesda and id Software have updated the official Rage site, making it all pretty for your eyes and your ear holes.

Among the goodies include is an "interactive panoramic" of Rage that will let you explore the game's weapons and gadgets.

Also, if you dug the Mark Lanegan song playing in the last trailer, you can download it free while supplies last (i.e. when they pull the plug on the download). The track, "Burning Jacob's Ladder," will appear in the game, so listen to it a lot and sing along when Rage ships September 13.






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