It's over, Johnny
In an industry where fantastic, marketable games are cancelled all too often and publishers are desperate to make up for years of inflation, the most impressive thing about Rambo: The Video Game is that it exists at all. However, that probably has something to do with the fact that it cost about £30 to make. It’s not all bad...
Let's do some huntin'!
Reef Entertainment has released a brand new explosive gameplay trailer for Rambo: The Video Game, offering a glimpse of Sylvester Stallone's virtual doppelganger as he fights his way through the first three instalments in the famous film series. Announced what feels like forever and an age ago, the company has been releasing...
It feels like Reef Entertainment has been teasing Rambo: The Video Game for years now – and it doesn't look like it'll be stopping any time soon. The publisher has released a brand new screenshot from the mysterious shooter, showing the iconic police station from the conclusion of the first movie. Exciting, huh? The full game – due...
A war you won't believe
It might be saving a full reveal for GamesCom, but publisher Reef Entertainment is clearly too excited to stay silent about its upcoming Rambo: The Video Game. In development at Polish studio Teyon, the title is pitched as a “fixed perspective, first-person shooter”, which sounds a lot like a fancy way of saying...
Sylvester Stallone is starting to become one of the more recognisable faces on PlayStation 3. Not content with his appearance in Ubisoft’s upcoming The Expendables 2 tie-in, the Hollywood heavy is also set to star in Reef Entertainment’s Rambo: The Video Game. The explosive action title – which was officially announced...
Prepare the champagne
Reef Entertainment's announced what we make to be the third official release for Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle — 24th February 2012. The point-and-click adventure was due for release on 4th November, then was put back until 3rd February, but Reef is giving it a little extra polish and putting it out on 24th February...
It be a shame for sure
We were looking forward to exploring the mysteries of Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle later this year, but publisher Reef Entertainment has decided to delay disembarking until February next year. Citing "critical and fan feedback", Reef's commercial director Craig Lewis says: This is a very important launch...
Not forgetting the Golden Turtle
If you've played a point-and-click adventure, chances are you've read something written by Steve Ince. The man responsible for dialogue in genre classics like Broken Sword and Beneath a Steel Sky. He's also written Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle, coming to PS3 in November, and he's here to talk about it. Well,...
MCV's running a report that suggest UK-based publisher Reef Entertainment is working on a "triple-A" Rambo game for the PlayStation 3
The game's due out on PlayStation 3 at the end of next year. So yeah, there's that.
Go back in time
The humble point and click adventure once ruled the roost, with Broken Sword, Monkey Island and more just some of the highlights. Now the genre's due to make a bit of a comeback with Captain Morgane and the Golden Turtle for PlayStation Move, due Q4 2011. The game is written by Broken Sword scribe Steve Ince and is related to the...
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