A beginning to end HD playthrough of Reef Entertainment’s 2014 PC game, Rambo: The Video Game.
I don’t care what all of the reviews say. I loved the original Rambo trilogy, I love light gun style shooters, and this game is the perfect representation of all of that. Rambo lets you level up for new abilities, has random quicktime and stealth events, and lots of holding the left mouse button down when hovering over some guy’s head. Anyone that likes things like Time Crisis, Lethal Enforcers, or Ghost Squad will thoroughly enjoy controlling latex-mask Sly shooting at endless copies of Vietkong apparently sharing far too close of a gene pool.
The game was played all the way through on the Normal difficulty mode, and before starting I had leveled Rambo to the max, Lvl. 20 (that’s why the headshot triggers a temporary slowdown in the latter half of the game. At the time of the recording I was ranked 18th overall worldwide by the in-game leaderboards. The game has only been out 4 days, but still, I’m excited 🙂 I really enjoyed this game, and don’t feel bitter at all for paying full price.
If you like rail shooters similar to old-school arcade lightgun games, you’ll love it, no question. If you think that rail shooters are dull or a waste (because they don’t feature 50 hours of new gameplay, good sound quality, more than 5 character models to be pasted across the entire game), this is not at all the game for you.
On the plus side, it’s requirements are pretty modest at this point: I’m running a Radeon 6750 on an FX8350 and still get 60 frames uninterrupted on 1080p with the highest details. I had to knock it down to 720p to avoid random stutters with FRAPS, though.
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.
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