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Rush ‘N Attack: Ex Patriot Review

Rush ‘N Attack: Ex Patriot Review
3.5
Game Name: Rush ‘N Attack: Ex Patriot
Platforms: Xbox Live Marketplace, PlayStation Network (PS3)
Publisher(s): Konami Corporation
Developer(s): Vatra Games
Genre(s): Action-Adventure
Release Date: March 29, 2011
ESRB Rating: M

Don’t let the name fool you, this isn’t the cheesy 80’s game (remake). This is an action stealth killing with anything you can to survive and rescue your team from death!

 

 

So first off, if we could change one thing it would be the name, the name “Rush ‘N Attack” does not justify the game at all if any of you remember this from the NES days. The game starts with a great story and back story of a covert team trying to infiltrate Russia, when the Op goes bad and the whole team is captured, it is up to you to save them before they are all killed!

 

 

The controls lack somewhat, in a responsive meaning. Sometimes the character (Morrow) doesn’t react to commands as jumping, avoiding attacks or using stealth. That being said, the stealth kills is what makes the game. They are just completely awesome! The movement of Morrow when perfecting a stealth kill is amazingly fluid and eye pleasing. There is several different stealth kill actions to watch. You can also hide in door wars, ceiling panels and floor panels and wait for an enemy to walk by and strike!

 

 

You get to battle against tanks, and flying rocket launching machine gun Russians!  You also posses Ninja like skills of climbing and running up walls, hanging from ledges and ninja like attacks.  Your best weapon is one big ass knife! And Morrow knows how to use it!

Rush ‘N Attack is now available on PSN and XBLA don’t mess out on adding this to your arcade collection!

 

Game 2 Gamer’s Final Score 3.5 / 5

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