Rage

A voice calls out from the back: “Don't you think Rage is looking a lot like Borderlands?”

Tim Willits shrugs, that bulletproof smile brushing off the question like so much chaff. “Well, we're not set on an alien planet for one.” The crowd laughs. But really, they're all thinking the same thing.

Rage is confident, but no one has any idea if it has any right to be.

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Games for Lunch: Sid Meier's Pirates!

Games for Lunch chronicles the first hour of a different game every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each hour ends with the answer to the only question that matters at that point: Do I want to keep playing? For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Developer: Firaxis
Publisher: 2K Games
Release Date: Oct. 5, 2010
System: Wii (reviewed), PC
ESRB Rating: E-10+
Official Web site

In a nutshell: Ay diddle dee dee, a pirate’s life for Wii.

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Brink

The Mission is simple. The Resistance have a bio-weapon, and being the terrorist mouth-breathers that they are, they’re probably going to use it somewhere in the Arc, and we need to stop them before that happens. Escort the defusal bot to the heart of Container City, get the bio-weapon, and hightail it out of there. Got it?

The Mission is simple. The Security forces have been withholding vaccine, doling it out to the elite and leaving us alone and diseased. So we’ve got ourselves some, by force, and now they want it back. We can’t let that happen. Who are they to dictate who should and shouldn’t be vaccinated? No, let them come, and we’ll stop them. Got it?

The Mission is never simple.

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Games for Lunch: Wii Party

Games for Lunch chronicles the first hour of a different game every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each hour ends with the answer to the only question that matters at that point: Do I want to keep playing? For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.


Developer: Nintendo EAD
Publisher: Nintendo
Release Date: Oct. 3, 2010
System: Wii
ESRB Rating: E
Official Web site

In a nutshell: Everything's better with Mii-pets?

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Games for Lunch: Enslaved: Odyssey to the West

Games for Lunch chronicles the first hour of a different game every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each hour ends with the answer to the only question that matters at that point: Do I want to keep playing? For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Developer: Ninja Theory
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Release Date: Oct. 5, 2010
Systems: Xbox 360 (reviewed), PS3
ESRB Rating: T
Official Web site

In a nutshell: Boy meets girl, boy and girl escapes from slave ship, girl controls boy through telepathic headband...

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Games for Lunch: 101-in-1 Sports Megamix

Games for Lunch chronicles the first hour of a different game every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each hour ends with the answer to the only question that matters at that point: Do I want to keep playing? For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Developer: Nordcurrent
Publisher: Atlus
Release Date: Sept. 1, 2010
System: Nintendo DS
ESRB Rating: E
Official web site

In a nutshell: Quantity over quality.

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Games for Lunch: Little King's Story

Games for Lunch chronicles the first hour of a different game every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Each hour ends with the answer to the only question that matters at that point: Do I want to keep playing? For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

Developers: Cing, Town Factory
Publisher: Xseed Games
Release Date: July 21, 2009
System: Wii
ESRB Rating: T
Official Web site

In a nutshell: Farmville + Pikmin + an extra helping of cute.

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