Rambo: The Video Game – New Screens, Trailer and Details
Last month, Rambo: The Video game was announced by Reef Entertainment. However, there weren’t any details on the game available. But now we got our hands on some details, screens and a trailer for the game;According to Reef Entertainment, the company behind Rambo: The Video Game, the game “will be a fixed-perspective, first-person & action game” and will use the first 3 movies in the series as “basis for authentic Rambo gameplay”. The screen shots show us three different settings, this indicates that game will take place in different locales. Sadly, the trailer doesn’t show us any piece from gameplay, it’s just a montage of several scenes from the movies. Yet, it does raise the hype bar as I’m wondering if the game would be able to capture the farinaceous and crummy violence that made the movies so great. Check out the press release below;
RAMBO ® THE VIDEO GAME will be a fixed-perspective, first-person shooter & action game allowing players to fill the combat boots of John Rambo on a violent journey through iconic action sequences from the original three legendary Rambo movies.FIRST BLOOD ™, RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II ™ & RAMBO III ™ will form the basis for authentic Rambo gameplay comprising shoot-outs, stealth killings, demolition, knife-play and more.Developed by Teyon; RAMBO ® THE VIDEO GAME will leverage contemporary gameplay elements such as destructible terrain, cover-based shooting and rag-doll physics to deliver the high-quality Rambo-action fans around the world expect.Reef Entertainment Commercial Director Craig Lewis said: “For RAMBO ® THE VIDEO GAME we are concentrating on authenticity to the films, variety of action and explosive gameplay sequences.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.”
Screenshots and trailers are given below;Ads by Google
This is all the available information present at the moment. We’ll be getting many impressions from the playable gameplay demo at Gamescom.