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Submitted by MattS 1139d ago | opinion piece

Looking back: R.U.S.E and why gamers don't reward new IP development

Digitally Downloaded writes: "What happens when you take a genre that console gamers don’t usually get to enjoy, work hard to make it look good and play well and then release it? Encouragement to never do it again." (Industry, PC, PS3, R.U.S.E., Xbox 360)

kostchtchie_  +   1139d ago
i actually enjoyed the game and how it played
rdgneoz3  +   1139d ago
I enjoyed it as well. Just towards the end, I ended up getting stuck on one of the last missions and since there not many playing it, trying to look for help wasn't easiest.
gamerz  +   1139d ago
RUSE makes good use of the Move controller.. but it did get a little fussy when there is a lot of units right next to each other.
Ju  +   1139d ago
I liked it. I am glad some people take the risk to actually make games I like, even knowing the masses won't buy it. Don't give up, people.

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