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Can an old school hero take control of an old school genre and draw first blood?.

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Reef Entertainment's 'on-rails' Rambo: The Video Game out February 21st

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The on-rails shooter adaptation of the first three Rambo films, dubbed Rambo: The Video Game, will be out in UK stores February 21st, announces Reef Entertainment. It remains Q1 2014 in the US.

Teyon, the studio behind the Rambo game, will "soon start development" on its first DLC. The shooter plays in the style of arcade on-rail experiences like House of the Dead.

New gameplay footage of Rambo: The Video Game

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The fixed-perspective, on-rails shooter Rambo: The Video Game has just been given a new gameplay reel showcasing different sections of the 'early 2014' game. It'll give you arcade light-gun flashbacks.

It's also harbouring many a QTE event with timing everything to max out your score. You simply have a gun you point and fire - that's pretty much Rambo: The Video Game.

Teyon aiming to release Rambo on 21st Feb, gameplay trailer released

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It's time to start polishing those punji sticks- Rambo: The Video Game is coming to PC and developers Teyon have just released an official trailer featuring everyone's favourite hairy Vietnam veteran.

New gameplay trailer for Rambo: The Video Game, due in "very early" 2014

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Gameplay footage from Reef Entertainment and Teyon's Rambo: The Video Game has just been released, featuring scenes from all of the game's chapters as it covers the first three original movies.

There's police brutality, woodland hunting, gas stations 'sploding, guns firing, 80's hair flapping, Russians getting what's theirs, helicopters playing chicken with tanks...

Reef Entertainment secure game licensing for Terminator films

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UK publisher Reef Entertainment has announced 'Terminators: The Video Game' after having secured the exclusive licensing rights to produce game adaptions from the original Terminator films.

The 1984 and 1991 sci-fi action movies will both feed into the new game, reveals Reef. Interestingly only Terminator 2 is licensed for both consoles and PC.

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