GG3 puts on another show for Rambo: The Video Game. This movie license game recently released a new trailer that showed off some of its gameplay. Let's count every terrible takedown kill in it, for posterity.
I honestly don't see what's so bad about it. I've seen way worse.
That's immediately what I thought. Didn't look hilariously bad at all. Might check it out when cheaper.
Damn, looks badass
Looks bad and ass yes. Oh that face is scary.
what makes these bad?
It's not bad, but not good either. It's definitely not hilariously bad. I'll show you hilariously bad. http://www.youtube.com/watc...
Top notch voice acting, they obviously spared no expense to get the quality they needed lol!
To be fair, that WAS the Wii... any IP that gets flushed down the toilet and lands on a Nintendo console could be turned into a hilarious YouTube video. Serious developers are avoiding the Nintendo platforms like the plague. But, to your point, that was hilariously bad... I'm just trying to save face for the Far Cry IP. 3 was amazing!
Yes! Manhunt style killings definitely looking forward to this ;)
I am actually interested in checking this out :)
The guy in the second gif looks like "The Axe Murderer" Wanderlei Silva.
This game looks like it drank a gallon of Red Bull, Testosterone flavor! I'm sure it'll probably suffer from glitches and won't be as polished as a game from a bigger company, but it actually looks pretty decent.
This looks like it will be so terrible that it might actually be good. Kind of like Deadly Premonition.
and isn't that really what the spirit of 80s action movies was all about? As long as it's entertaining!
From the article: "If you inspect it closely, you’ll see that most soldiers actually bleed, what looks like ketchup, through their shirts more than their intact skin. In the first one, it’s obviously all coming from his collar, not anywhere near the actual knife stab. Maybe we’re nitpicking." - "Maybe" you're nitpicking...nah, you're being completely rational... Something tells me the author either isn't into 80's action films, or isn't old enough to have experienced them. The last sentence kind of hints at his attitude towards them: "Reef Entertainment is also currently in cahoots with the Terminator license, just in case you have a thing for 80s action movies." - I know it's difficult to sense emotion or intention in text, but I get a negative vibe here, like "oh, in case you're one of *those* guys..." Why'd he have to add "just in case?" Like he's dismissing them or attributing them to something he finds embarrassing or distasteful, like "just in case you're into cross dressing," or "how cares about 80's action movies, but just in case you actually give a shit..." People who aren't 80's action movies fans, still enjoy the Terminator movies. Actually, Terminator isn't really an 80's action movie anyway, it's sci-fi. Movies like Commando and Delta Force are 80's action movies.
so sci fi movies cant be action movies? lol transformers says hi. in fact half of stallone and arnolds movies are sci fiction action. judge dredd... total recall.. demolition man. And if you don't think demolition man is an action film.. your crazy lol.. Stallone swings a television set around with the cord as a weapon against Wesley snipes... after they both run out of ammo.
You're missing the point.. "An 80's action movie" is not necessarily the same as a "movie from the 80's with action in it." However, sci-fi films can fall into this category. Predator is an 80's action movie. Aliens could be considered one as well, but Terminator I wouldn't classify it. 80's action movies tend to have a male protagonist who is either built or in shape. They tend to have a lot of gun-play and action scenes with high body counts. and story isn't that important. The hero tends to be grossly outnumbered, and his enemies tend to be cannon fodder, offering no real challenge. There may or may not be a "boss fight" at the end, but it was typical of the time. I don't see Terminator fit this description. Other than the scene where Arnold shoots up the police station, the action tends to be staggered in small bits throughout the film. Also, it tends to be a more story/backstory focused film, using action where needed to progress. The "80's action movie" classification is not a definitive method and is based on opinion, but it tends to be describing particular movies and not just any action movie made from that decade, regardless if a movie like Terminator is on them or not. Just like when people talk about "80's movies," they mention The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller, etc. the are speaking about particular movies that encapsulate the 80's, not just any film made in the 80's. -- "judge dredd... total recall.. demolition man." - none of those are from the 80's...
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