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Will the Rambo video game be any good?

Old and new gamers are soon to be wooed by the launch of the Rambo Video Game. But will it be any good?

Makers of the game, Reef Entertainment, recently released a video game trailer for the game. It may seem a bit odd to many gamers, but the teaser doesn’t include a single clip of video game footage; instead it is a montage of film footage from the movies. It looks great, as the teaser below shows:

But what about the actual game play and video game graphics? Well, you can check out the official Facebook page for the latest info or you can take a look at our recent article here which includes some Environment screen shots – and the level of detail looks impressive.

Rambo The Video Game: Graphics and Authenticity

And what about the actual game? We know it is going to be a first person shoot ‘em up, which will stick as much as possible to the ‘authenticity of the films’. Video game maker Reef Entertainment Commercial Director Craig Lewis says;

“By matching classic fixed-perspective play to a contemporary game engine we believe we can deliver a game that matches the pace and action set-piece diversity of the films.”

Rambo: ‘I’m coming to get you’

The Rambo movie franchise, along with the Rocky movies, cemented Sylvester Stallone’s position as a movie hardman and entertainment legend in the 1980s. John Rambo is the embodiment of what it means to be a one man army and is the perfect candidate for a first person blood and guts computer video game.

With catchphrases such as ‘Don’t push it or I’ll give you a war you won’t believe’ and ‘I’m coming to get you’ you can bet your last bazooka round that as well as action and warfare the Rambo video games will also include a fair smattering of funny one-liners that encourage players to ‘get some.’

The new Rambo video game is not in fact the first game to be based on the iconic US warrior. Back in 1985 Platinum Productions created a game for the ZX Spectrum, Amstrad and the Commodore 64. The game was well received at the time; modern day gamers would laugh at the quality of the graphics on offer back then; we are confident the new game will be a lot better!

If they get the graphics and game play right, this could well be the shoot’em up of the year.

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