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Rambo: The Video Game
Publication information
Developer(s)

Teyon

Publisher(s)

Reef Entertainment

Release date

February 21, 2014

Genre

Rail Shooter

Modes

Single-Player, Mutltiplayer

Platform(s)

Xbox 360, Playstation 3, PC

Chronology


Rambo: The Video Game is a 'fixed perspective' first person shooter video game developed by Teyon and published by Reef Entertainment. The player takes control of John Rambo and follows the plot of the original three Rambo movies, First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II and Rambo III. It was realeased on Febuary 21st, 2014.

OverviewEdit

The game will follow Rambo's journey through an assortment of iconic sequences of the three movies. Primary gameplay focuses include shoot-outs, stealth kills, demolition, and knife-play. Gameplay mechanics such as destructible terrain, cover-based shooting, and rag-doll physics have been confirmed. 

Many weapons seen in the game were the same ones used in the film, such as the MAC-10, Colt M1911A1, Remington 870, survival knives, Compound bow and Explosive Arrows, M60, MP5, AKM, PKM and M16A1; however other weapons such as the Desert Eagle, FN 249 and M16A1 that were not in the films. 

DevelopmentEdit

Reef Entertainment acquired video game development and publishing rights in August 2011 to the Rambo film series from the rights holder StudioCanal. As of August 2011, the three Rambo series films had grossed over $600 million USD. The publisher said the purchase was fueled by the 2008 Rambo's success and by the scheduled release of the action film Expendables 2, starring Sylvester Stallone. They stated that they plan to use the rights as a launching pad for the company. In August 2011 the publisher said a Rambo game would be released at retail in 2012 and would be available on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Jeffrey Matulef of Eurogamer said on October 5, 2012, that he did not believe the game would see release before the end of the year. That same month Reef Entertainment said it would be out "soon". Reef Entertainment's commercial director Craig Lewis describes the game as allowing players to "get under the skin of Rambo and wield his iconic weapon-set in battle." Reef Entertainment released three screenshots from the game. The developer used the actors from the film series to provide voices in the game for both John Rambo, played by Sylvester Stallone, and Col. Trautman, played by Richard Crenna. The developer did not actually hire the two actors to provide voice work (Crenna died in 2003) or get replacements but instead they have contacted the owner of the film series, STUDIOCANAL, and acquired copies of the original voice tapes for the series and used them for the game.

Weapons SeenEdit

PistolsEdit

Submachine GunsEdit

ShotgunsEdit

Assault RiflesEdit

Machine GunsEdit

ReactionEdit

Rambo: The Video Game received negative reviews. Aggregate review websites GameRankings and Metacritic gave the Xbox 360 version 46.67% and 32/100. and the PC version 34.00% and 34/100 the PlayStation 3 version 24.00% and 24/100. Game critic Joe Vargas of the "Angry Joe Show" made a scathing review, giving the game a score of 2/10 and criticizing how the game is overpriced and too short.

Although many view the game to be inferior to the source material, fans of the series had a warmer reaction.

GalleryEdit

Official WebsiteEdit

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Rambo
Films: First BloodRambo IIRambo IIIRambo IVRambo V
John Rambo on: First BloodFirst Blood Part IIRambo IIIRambo IVOn-Screen Kills
Cast: Sylvester StalloneRichard Crenna
Video games: RamboRambo IIIRambo on FireRambo: The Video Game

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