Joystiq: Rush'N Attack: Ex-Patriot review

Rush'N Attack: Ex-Patriot does succeed in one area, and that's adding a second pun to an already corny title. Most games these days are content with merely one play on words. If only that ambition had extended to any other aspect of the game. This is the worst sort of throwback: It neither recalls fond memories of 1985, nor keeps pace with the state of games in 2011. It does not need to exist.

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