Rambo: The Video Game Gets A Release Date

Reef Entertainment announced today Rambo: The Video Game will be available across Europe on February 21st for PC, X360 and PS3. A release in North America & Canada for PC and PS3 will follow later in Q1 2014.

Rambo: The Video Game will put players in Rambo’s combat boots and take them on an adventure through the iconic action-sequences and story-arcs of First Blood, Rambo: First Blood PART II  & Rambo III .

The game will feature the original movie voice-tracks of John Rambo and Col. Samuel Trautman as well as selected music from the original Rambo Trilogy.

Selected retailers across Europe will offer one of two limited-edition figurines as pre-order incentives for Rambo: The Video Game. The figurines have been designed & manufactured to the highest standards exclusively for Rambo: The Video Game, giving Rambo fans a once-in-a-lifetime chance to grab a genuine collectable.

A Reef spokesperson said:

“We are delighted to announce the final EU release date for Rambo: The Video Game and although the main game is now complete our journey with Rambo continues as we will soon start development on the game’s first DLC expansion pack with our partners at Teyon.”

To be honest, we are really interested in this new Rambo game. From the videos, it looks awful and that’s precisely why we are so interested in it. How bad can it really be? We’ll soon find out!

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