Summary: Unfortunately, I overlooked the fact that this is strictly a 'rail shooter.' Meaning, you don't get to move your character, other than by a ducking to cover motion. It's just a collection of shooting gallery scenes, one after another. ALL you do is aim (or duck to cover) and shoot until you clear the area, then your character is transported to the next setup.
Basically an install disc for Steam along with a game code.
H. razvi "Photog", Amazon
21 October 2014
Summary: This is a Steam install disc along with a code for the rambo game. You will end up waiting for it to be shipped to your place, then it installs Steam on your computer and then you have to create a new account and register your credit card. Afterwards you put in your code and then wait an hour or two while it downloads and installs the game. Sorry but your computer has to be connected to the internet in order to play this game.
Summary: Narrative game play. Really good graphics however I wish it didn't have to play through Steam in order to play it. Steam servers is always lagy and you really can't experience a good game play.
Summary: you can tell there was not much money put in to this game, But for the price it is playable ok, but there seams to not be a save, in the game. I am have some fun with, but next, to a game like Call of duty, what a big different.
Summary: Unless your a TRUE, HARDCORE Rambo fan and must have everything associated with the franchise, do yourself a favor and keep your 20 bucks. The game plays a lot like Time Crisis, meaning the game is guided for you, allowing you to shoot at certain times. The cut scenes are just horribly recreated. Just watch the movies, they never disappoint. SMH, So let down with this title...
Summary: Given the price point and the iconic nature it looks good enough, I grew up
on these movies and think its well worth reliving in game I just hope I get to
take out the Teasle and Murdoch and make it messy.