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You just can't keep John Rambo down. Five years after returning to the silver screen to man a .50 cal turret for a memorable and bloody five-minute sequence, the one-man army is back for a B-rated video game romp.
From the minds of relative unknowns Reef Entertainment and Teyon comes Rambo: The Video Game. Rather than tread new ground, this game recreates the greatest hit moments from First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II, and Rambo III. This new gameplay trailer features Rambo throwing police officers into trees, crashing a helicopter into a tank, and turning every enemy soldier in sight into a fine blood mist. Check it out for yourself:
Rambo: The Video Game is scheduled to release on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC some time in 2014.
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My God, that's the best looking n64 game I've ever seen!
I love Rambo so hopefully this won't suck to bad, lol. Heck, just copy Far Cry!
ROFL, possible game of the year candidate for 2014!
oh...ohhh why would somebody even play this?
So I know we usually complain about super scripted events, but I think it suits this game to be honest. That said, it looks like it was developed by two separate teams and then they brought everything together. It's a little weird... :S
DAY 1 purchase for me! if its 20 bucks. if it retails for 60 bucks? i'll just wait about 3 weeks till it becomes 20 bucks. But really, this looks epically bad. I cant wait to play it. Aliens colonail marines was actually pretty fun if you love the camp and crap factor. I wanted for that one to hit 20 bucks before purchasing as wel.
There are times when I have to stop and ask myself "Do these people understand that they're making a bad game?"
This game looks similar to Ride to Hell Retribution.
I will get fun from unintentional humor...
Is this running on the PS2?
No our take Matt? lol
Looks pretty bad. Can't wait to play it! Also can't wait for Dan to play it on Test Chamber.
Though it seems a little late, I'm happy they're still making games for my ps2