Rush N’ Attack: Ex-Patriot Review - CheatCC

"From the early twentieth century all the way through WWII, propaganda was a pervasive part of life in the Soviet Union. Perhaps the most iconographic medium used were hand-painted posters, championing the figure of the socialist worker in a would-be utopian communist society, and decrying everything from the bourgeois class to (later) fascism. The most striking element of these pieces was the stark simplicity of their designs, with bold, hand-painted imagery and strong, clear text. One look at the promotional artwork for Vatra's twenty-plus-years later sequel to Rush N' Attack, Ex-Patriot, and it's pretty evident that this is exactly the kind of look they were going for."

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