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Submitted by Numphie 1642d ago | review

El33tonline Review: RUSE

Oltman writes:

"Wars are won by telling lies (now that I think about it, they are often started by lies as well). Lie about having the biggest bombs and the opposition might just call it quits to fight another day. Lie about the number of soldiers, the range of your weapons or the movement of your troops, and the opposition will shake in their army boots. It’s as simple as that. R.U.S.E. is a strategy game than plays heavily on the lying part of war." (PS3, R.U.S.E.) 4/5

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