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Submitted by wotta 1754d ago | review

M2G Review: R.U.S.E

M2G Writes:

The added addition of Move makes things much easier, simply instructing you units where to go is as straight forward as pointing, no more fiddly analogue stick to contend with. R.U.S.E definitely gains a point when being played with PlayStation Move.

Overall, R.U.S.E is a sensible purchase for RTS fans everywhere, although PS3 Motion Control owners on this occasion gain the upper hand over everyone else. (PS3, R.U.S.E., Xbox 360) 7/10

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