Excerpt: Like half the other games in the eighties, you were rescuing somebody from the barely-camouflaged hordes of the enemy, thus winning the Cold War through the one-man application of violence, and like most of the other games in the eighties, it was American exceptionalism being sold to us by a...
Summary: Overall this Rush ‘N Attack is kind of disappointing. If you are a fan of the original you may want to pick it up if it is half-off but as far as the rest of us, I would spend my money elsewhere.
Rush’n Attack Ex-Patriot Review: The Long-Lost Franchise Returns With A Whimper
30 March 2011
Conclusion: Concept: A stealth-oriented twist on Shadow Complex
Graphics: Drab, repetitive environments and jaggies sully the presentation
Sound: Snippets of voice acting transition strangely to text dialogue
Playability: Due to sloppy controls, most tricky platforming sequences end in a cheap death...
Excerpt: The original Rush'N Attack was so goddamn eighties it shipped inside a legwarmer. You played a nameless military operative who was attacking some ill-defined enemy base, presumably full of Communists, but who was sufficiently convinced of his own all-American indomitability that he didn't think to...
Conclusion: Gameplay is stale yet hard 2. only 4 stages (the game recycles after the first 4, it just becomes impossible) good luck beating all of them. 3. CO-OP is advertised but is non-existant. 4. Not a game for the casual gamer Just a warning for achievement completionists, this game is a nightmare.