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R.U.S.E.
Game Description: Utilize deception and counter-intelligence to gain an advantage over your foes in this real-time strategy game from Eugen Systems and Ubisoft. Battles will take place on a massive scale with the camera pulling back to see the entire conflict from a bird's-eye view or zooming in to see each individual unit in high detail.
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    GDC 2009 First Look Preview: 'R.U.S.E.'

    GDC 2009 First Look: 'R.U.S.E.'

    Posted: Mar 25, 2009


  • Best of 2010: Best Strategy Game

    Posted: December 14, 2010

    7,166 Views | 01:06

  • R.U.S.E. Review

    Posted: September 23, 2010

    11,695 Views | 02:39

  • R.U.S.E. Launch Trailer

    Posted: September 7, 2010

    3,308 Views | 02:32

  • R.U.S.E. "Divide And Conquer" Trailer

    Posted: August 30, 2010

    4,397 Views | 03:06

  • R.U.S.E. Leipzig Campaign Trailer

    Posted: August 10, 2010

    2,155 Views | 02:53

 


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