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Rage: Campaign Edition Released For Mac
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 31 comments

Aspyr Media and id Software have released Rage: Campaign Edition for Mac. The post-apocalyptic action game combines elements of racing and shooting titles with a dash of role playing thrown in for good measure. The Campaign Edition also includes bonus equipment from the Anarchy Edition and the bonus Wasteland Sewers Missions.

Can you survive the Wasteland?!

From the makers of Doom and Quake, RAGE is a groundbreaking first-person shooter set in the not-too-distant future after an asteroid impacts Earth, leaving a ravaged world behind. You emerge into this vast wasteland to discover humanity working to rebuild itself against such forces as bandit gangs, mutants, and the Authority Ė an oppressive government regime that has a special interest in you in particular. Featuring intense first-person shooter action, breakneck vehicle combat, an expansive world to explore and jaw-dropping graphics powered by idís revolutionary id Techģ 5 technology, RAGE promises an experience like no other.

RAGE: Campaign Edition features the full, unaltered RAGE single-player campaign; bonus equipment formerly exclusive to the Anarchy Edition, including double barrel shotgun, rat rod buggy, fists of rage, and crimson elite armor; and the bonus Wasteland Sewers Missions.


  • Visceral 1st-person gunplay and exploration: Take on bandit gangs and hordes of mutants using an arsenal of exotic weapons and special items, such as Wingsticks, personal turrets, sentry bots, and remote-controlled bomb cars.
  • Frenetic 3rd-person vehicular mayhem: Burn rubber across the wasteland in your very own super buggy! Upgrade and customize your car with special parts, paint jobs and weapons, then test your skills as you battle four-wheeling bandit clans and participate in deadly races.
  • An expansive experience: Beyond the first-person action and vehicle combat, RAGE offers a world open to explore, with unique characters, side quests, and a compelling storyline.
  • Graphics that have to be seen to be believed: Powered by idís cutting-edge new id Tech 5 engine, new Megatexture technology brings the vast wasteland to life in never-before-possible detail.
  • Bonus Content: The Wasteland Sewer Missions and Anarchy additional content are included in the Mac release!
  • Operating System: 10.7.2 (Lion)
  • CPU Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (Dual-Core)
  • CPU Speed: 2.4 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 25 GB
  • Video Card (ATI): Radeon HD 3870
  • Video Card (NVidia): Geforce 8800
  • Video Memory (VRam): 256MB
  • Peripherals: Macintosh mouse and keyboard
  • Supported Video Cards
      ATI RADEON HD 3870
      ATI RADEON HD 4670
      ATI RADEON HD 4850
      ATI RADEON HD 5670
      ATI RADEON HD 5750
      ATI RADEON HD 5770
      ATI RADEON HD 5870
      ATI RADEON HD 6630M
      ATI RADEON HD 6750M
      ATI RADEON HD 6970M
      Intel HD Graphics 3000
  • Not Supported:
      Integrated video chipsets are not supported (GMA 950 Mac Mini(2006,2007), iMac(2006), Macbook(2006,2007), GMA X3100 Macbook(2007,2008), MacBook Air(2008-2011))
      NOTICE: Apple Intel Chipsets only.
      NOTICE: This game is not supported on volumes formatted as Mac OS Extended (Case Sensitive)
Rage: Campaign Edition is available now for $39.99 (USD).

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NagiQ Now At
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story has announced the addition of IKIGames' NagiQ to its collection of game titles available for download and purchase. The puzzle title challenges players to fill the game board with English words, winning levels by including every one of the "mystic letters" on each board. NagiQ includes 135 levels, trophies to earn, and a hint system.

NagiQ is an original and family-friendly word game! You have to help Nagi to recover some mystic letters scattered troughout his world's islands. For playing, think of words in English, write them with the computer's keyboard or the onscreen keyboard, and place them on the board with your mouse. You can place your word horizontally or vertically. When placing your word, try to include the mystic letters which are on the board. You'll win the game when you have included all of the mystic letters in your words. Challenge and hours of gameplay are guaranteed as the game comprises 5 islands, and each island has 25 playable levels, amounting to 125 total levels of brain fitness!


  • Help little Nagi recover his parent's mystic letters in this colorful Word game.
  • Enjoy 125 levels in five uniquely-themed islands.
  • Earn bonus points and cookies when doing a great job.
  • Use a helpful hint system to earn trophies and climb the Hall of Fame scores.
  • Share hours of brain fitness fun made for the whole family.
NagiQ requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later is and is available now for $6.99 (USD).

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IMG Interviews Aspyr's Elizabeth Howard About Rage
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 12 comments

Inside Mac Games has posted a new interview with Aspyr Media's Elizabeth Howard about the company's release of Rage: Campaign Edition for Mac. The interview includes information about how long the company has been working on the project, what is different about the Mac version, and what gamers can expect from Aspyr in 2012.

JC: What is special or different about the Mac version of Rage?

EW: RAGE: Campaign Edition includes the fully-featured single-player campaign of Rage and comes complete with a host of bonus content, including the Wasteland Sewer Missions and the special equipment previously exclusive to the Anarchy Edition. †In the Wasteland Sewer Missions, players will get the opportunity to explore the labyrinth of sewers that span the Wasteland in an effort to discover tons of great loot, all while defending themselves against scores of angry mutants. †Luckily, they'll receive some aid from the Anarchy Edition bonus equipment which includes the iconic double barrel shotgun, the Rat Rod buggy, the Fists of Rage melee upgrade, and Crimson Elite armor.†

Read the full review at the link below.

Rage: Campaign Edition Interview
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IMG Reviews Rage, Offers Tips & Tricks For Success
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 3 comments

Inside Mac Games has posted a new review of Aspyr Media's Rage: Campaign Edition for Mac. Originally develped by id Software, the post apocalyptic shooter features the gunplay fans of the genre expect, as well as high speed combat racing and RPG elements.

For additional help IMG has also posted a list of useful tips and tricks for survival in the wasteland.

Here's an excerpt from the review:

Shooting is fun and perfectly done, as you can expect from id software. What keeps things varied and fun is the rather clever AI, which is unique to each bandit clan for example, and makes mutants surprisingly hard to shoot. They will leap, run, dodge, roll and crawl all over the environments to get at you, and larger fights will certainly keep you on your toes. The AI is also good at recognizing where the player is, and will even shout out things like "He's hiding behind that crate!" to their fellow bandits or gang-members. The Authority units are all heavily armored, but ironically the easiest to kill given how slow they are and their tendency to kind of pose before shooting you. They do come up with some shield units to give you trouble, but you have so many explosives and EMP devices it's easy to handle them.
Follow the links below to read more.

IMG Review: Rage Campaign Edition
Tips For Success In Rage
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Mac Games News for Thursday, February 2, 2012

Fairway Collector's Edition Comes To Macgamestore6:00 AM
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