Excerpt: Richard Marcinko. Veteran Navy SEAL. A hero of the US Cold War. His friends call him Dick, “Demo Dick.” Yes, I too chuckled at his nickname, but if you met this hardcore open-fisted killing machine in real life, you’d be gurgling for breath out of the new hole in the side of your temple if he heard...
Excerpt: to realize that the game sucks. I was already privy to this fact, of course. I opted not to spend much time checking out the E3 build at this year’s show, because the game didn’t look interesting in the slightest.
Conclusion: Rogue Warrior is easily one of the worst games on the Xbox 360. Featuring broken stealth action and bland tactical shooting, Rogue Warrior is a miserable experience, and best avoided at all costs.
A Game That Makes Almost Every Game Before It Look Better
12 December 2009
Conclusion: Concept: More of a one-liner generator than a game
Graphics: he close-range kills look cool. All other animations are laughably bad. This game also offers the least impressive grenade explosion I’ve ever seen
Sound: Mickey Rourke loves saying nasty things, even when they don’t make sense.
Summary: Rogue Warrior is a first-person shooter based on the life and autobiography of Richard "Dick" Marcinko, a soldier who served with the Navy SEALs in Vietnam, and later formed Red Cell, who were tasked with testing the security of bases, submarines, and, most famously, Air Force One.
Pros: Hilariously filthy dialog., Has the cheese of an '80s action movie., Is over quick.
Cons: Drab graphics., More frustrating than challenging., Dated gameplay.
Conclusion: If I forgot some things to bring up on this game there is a good reason for that. Rogue Warrior is the worst valued game on next gen consoles right now. At best this 2 hour game should be a ten dollar download.