R.U.S.E. Review

Posted: September 23, 2010
R.U.S.E. Review
This WWII real-time strategy game asks more of your brain than brawn as you control Major Joseph Sheridan in the movement of armies and supplies, and in this R.U.S.E. review Morgan Webb weighs in on the fun factor and the Move-supported PS3 version.

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  • vlweb3d

    I don't care how much times I need to say it.

    A keyboard and mouse for RTS games - all RTS games belong to the PC - stop trying to put a watered-down version of your game on a console.

    Posted: September 28, 2010 6:02 AM
  • AlecEggleston

    Glad you guys confirmed what I thought was already true and that is a solid RTS. They are to few and far between (on consoles I mean) and I`m sure developers know not to muck it up when it comes to making them. Nothing against C&C but I like actual units that actually existed in another time and lets you brush up on actual history at the same time (see blazing angels) Those cards look intriging and deception is a fun tool in these types of games. Using spies in Civy was especially usful in taking away my opponents little science projects and makin em my own. I`d a probably got it even if you`d givin it a 3 but it`s good to know it will be a worth while experience. Thanx again X play.

    Posted: September 24, 2010 12:56 PM
  • MikeSol

    I really thought they would use the cut scene where Joe Sheridan's final words was "Nuts!" The moment that scene happened i was like G4 is going to jump on this! I see not... xD

    Posted: September 23, 2010 11:51 PM