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The DTOID Show: Our RAGE Review & Impressions

12:00 PM on 10.04.2011

Max Scoville

Video Warlock


[The Destructoid Show gives a rundown of all the top news from Destructoid.com every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook.]

Hey gang! Here we are, with yet another Destructoid Show. Let's get nasty.

Today, the big news is our review/impressions of Rage, id Software's latest monosyllabically-titled game where you shoot gross things with guns. Jim was kind enough to chime in with a proper video review, and Tara and I compare notes on the time we've spent with the game. In addition to that, we go over this week's releases. This includes some news about Sony's "Only On Playstation Network" deal, as well as some of their planned PS2 re-releases. Tara's got some bad news about online passes, but some possibly good news about Mass Effect 3 having multiplayer.

Spoiler Alert: There is a picture of a ghost with an erection hidden somewhere in this episode. Find it.


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