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Submitted by Britxbox 1674d ago | review

Britxbox: R.U.S.E. Review

Dave Cartlidge writes: "Traditionally, the Real Time Strategy game has had a tough time on consoles. Despite the advances made by games such as “Halo Wars” they are always seen as misfits on any platform that doesn’t offer a mouse and keyboard interface. R.U.S.E. decides to fly in the face of popular opinion and proves that not only can an RTS work on a console, it can be an engaging, fun and rewarding experience and it doesn’t need a sci-fi premise.

If you were expecting R.U.S.E. to be a run of the mill RTS hampered by the usual control issues or dull gameplay then you have been misled, and perhaps that is the best ruse of all." (Eugen Systems, R.U.S.E., Ubisoft, Xbox 360) 8/10

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