Around the web: Touch Arcade gets a first look at RAGE on iPhone

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Happy Monday! We’re back to share the latest news from around the web.

While RAGE won’t be hitting PCs and consoles until September of next year, you’ll get a first chance to check out the game’s world and story with an iPhone release later this year. Today Touch Arcade has the first hands-on preview for RAGE on iPhone. Here’s a snippet…

“The graphics of Mutant Bash TV are amazing, and really make me look forward to the future of iOS gaming. The demo we were given was on a 4th generation iPod touch, which consistently ran at a high framerate throughout all parts of the game we had access to regardless of how much was going on at once. Mutant Bash TVlooks so good in motion that the screenshots barely do it justice, especially when you add the pixel density of the Retina Display into the mix.”

If you’ve got questions about RAGE on iPhone, be sure to send them to our RAGE Twitter and Facebook accounts. This week Nick and I will be interviewing John Carmack for an upcoming episode of The Bethesda Podcast.

Elsewhere, don’t miss a chance to see the game in action on The Jace Hall Show. At the end of last week’s episode, there’s a quick shot of Jace previewing the game with id Software’s Jason Kim and Matt Hooper.

We’ll have more details on RAGE on iPhone very soon. And for more on the full release of RAGE, you can read OXM UK’s latest preview — complete with references to Lindsay Lohan.

Annnd after the break, we cover the latest interviews and reviews for Fallout: New Vegas.

Between sessions in the Mojave Wasteland, check out these interviews with the developers of Fallout: New Vegas:

  • See how Chris Avellone went from dungeon master to creative director in an interview at LightspeedMagazine.com.
  • At Delta Attack, technical producer Jason Fader chats about his job, his favorite games, and what ice cream flavor makes him melt with joy.
  • In a second plug for The Jace Hall Show, watch Jason Bergman squirm when Jace takes out Felicia Day’s character.

Rounding out the roundup, the latest reviews New Vegas:

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