Reef Entertainment announced RAMBO THE VIDEO GAME will be available across EUROPE on 21st FEBRUARY 2014. Releasing for Xbox 360, the game will see original movie voice-tracks of John Rambo and Col. Samuel Trautman used in game as well as selected music from the original Rambo Trilogy.
A new trailer has been released for Rambo – The Video Game by Teyon and published by Reef Entertainment. Based on the first three Rambo movies, the game is a third person shooter and was originally due out end of 2013 but was delayed until early 2014.
Earlier today our friends over at Reef Entertainment announced that they will offering a choice of two limited-edition figurines as pre-order incentives for Rambo The Video Game. These have been designed exclusively for the release of the upcoming title and give fans a once-in-a-lifetime chance to grab a genuine collectable.
The highly detailed, hand-painted, 3-inch figurines are based on iconic images of John Rambo from FIRST BLOOD ™ & RAMBO: FIRST BLOOD PART II ™ . Each figurine features authentic likeness, costume and weapons.
The figurines will be offered as pre-order incentives by select retailers globally, while stocks last, and will not be available for sale separately. Please check availability of the RAMBO ® THE VIDEO GAME pre-order offer with individual retailers. (We’ll keep you updated on who will have these and when!)
The game will feature the original movie voice-tracks of John Rambo and Col. Samuel Trautman as well as selected music from the world famous series of movies. The game is planned for a winter release this year. We’ll keep you updated. Until then, check out the figurines below.
Reef Entertainment has released a new trailer for the upcoming Rambo: The Video Game. Despite a decent looking trailer (if you excuse Rambo’s big head, the WTF Grenade physics and choppy graphics), in all honesty we do not have high hopes for this and already expect it to be something of a ‘piss poor’ movie tie-in!
We could be totally wrong, but with games like ‘Aliens Colonial Marines’ and ‘Star Trek’ on the market it hardly gives us much confidence. With games like this it’s best not to have any expectations.
Shall we just move along and pretend we didn’t watch it?