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Submitted by CranberryPub 1295d ago | news

R.U.S.E DLC Launched and Detailed

GamerZines writes:

Ubisoft has today launched the first DLC for their acclaimed RTS R.U.S.E and best of all it won't cost you a penny. (PC, PS3, R.U.S.E., Xbox 360)

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femshep  +   1295d ago
people bought ruse?

they one person that bought it from my store brought it back 3 hours later complaining about it
Ju  +   1295d ago
I strongly disagree with you. Not sure what people expect from an RTS, maybe it isn't a top RTS on a PC platform, but it certainly is on the PS3/Move. C&C could compete - with a Move update. Also, the scope of the package is huge, local online modes with plenty of replay value.
femshep  +   1295d ago
well pc i can see but i was just looking at sales in my area

i can admit RTS is not my cup of tea but there are a couple like C&C and Star Craft ill play
Ju  +   1295d ago
You still managed to knock the game, even though you don't even play RTS (or is not your cup of tea). Thought so.
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Arup02  +   1295d ago
Huge underrated game.
morganfell  +   1295d ago
Absolutely underrated. It's also a great look at how strategy games can work on a console. It is particularly remarkable in that I can use Moves or a Navigator and complete functions faster than many KB/M RTS titles. This isn't true for every function, such as hotkeying, but Ruse uses a different approach to that and it not only works but works extremely well.

The zoom map reveal technique is something that any RTS on any platform should implement.
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Panzerkanzler  +   1295d ago
I bought it and I like it. Most people who slammed RUSE, just for being an rts, never even played it I think. I play RUSE with the two MOVE controllers and it works like a charm.

@Femshep: Hyperbole/lies only makes you look silly.
The_KELRaTH  +   1295d ago
I really enjoy it and feel this is where the C&C series should have gone too. What I do find rather annoying though is that this DLC is free on the US PSN but charged for in Europe
The_KELRaTH  +   1295d ago
Just to update that the DLC is now free in Europe too - maybe it was just a typo.

.... and why would someone buy a game only to take it back 3 hours later as a)there's been a demo available b)it would like take more than 3 hours to get the feel and an understanding of the strategies of the game.

I expect I'll be playing it for years to come just as I enjoy a few skirmish rounds of Red Alert 2, Zero Hour etc etc. I don't play them every day but every few weeks I'll have a few battles much like with the Civ series.
Skynetone  +   1294d ago
im enjoying it right know, and will pick up ruse 2. i hope its a modern setting with lots more strategy

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