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Rogue Warrior - Xbox 360

2.6 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews
Rated: Mature
Metascore: 28 / 100
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  • Story-driven shooter game features team-based tactical combat
  • 10 gameplay modes and free-form battlefield allows for creativity and surprises
  • Experience over 200 maps in both day and nighttime settings
  • Players can join or leave existing campaign game at any time without going to menu or saving progress
  • Solo and on-the-fly cooperative play for up to four players

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Platform: Xbox 360

Rogue Warrior is a story-driven shooter that provides team-based tactical combat set in massive, contiguous levels using Unreal 3 streaming technology. Central to the game's single and multiplayer experience is the idea of a freeform battlefield, where players are given the freedom to choose how to complete a given objective, allowing for creativity and surprises, rather than heavily scripted events and tightly contained spaces traditionally used in this genre. An advanced AI system allows NPCs to react and fight realistically, see and hear others, and respond as a team. Rogue Warrior offers a new take on the multiplayer experience, with 10 gameplay modes and a system whereby maps are created using tiles that are selected by each team. Rogue Warrior's tiling system allows users to experience over 200 maps in both day and nighttime settings. In addition, the campaign features solo and on-the-fly cooperative play for up to four players, where anyone can join or leave an existing campaign game at any time without having to go to menus or save progress. In Rogue Warrior, you play Dick Marcinko, leader of an elite SEAL unit trapped behind enemy lines in North Korea on a covert mission to assess the threat posed by North Korea’s nuclear arsenal. When war breaks out between North and South Korea, you must try to lead your team back into South Korea while greatly outnumbered and with no support and limited resupply. Your journey will take you through a variety of never-before-seen environments inside of North Korea, including submarine pens, shipbreaker yards, prison camps, and more.

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Platform:Xbox 360
Release date December 1, 2009
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2.6 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

2.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #31,078 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches
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By Timothy Lovett VINE VOICE on December 7, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I want some of the stuff the other reviewers must be drinking because for them to walk away from this game and even consider giving this festering pile of dung anything more than one star let alone 4 or 5 they must be out of their minds.

First off, this is an extremely short game. It plays about 2 hours or so with no replay value.

The AI is horrible, you run through linear maps through 8 missions, and there isn't too much to it. Expect most of the enemies to have their backs to you so you can easily kill them, expect no sound detection for the stealth so you can run around behind an enemy and he won't even notice, and expect to miss most of the shots you shoot given the shot detection is flawed. It's frustrating to play this game.

Multiplayer Gameplay:
The multiplay gameplay is horrid. You can only really play deathmatch and given how horrid this game is you can't even find people to really play with.

Horrible outdated graphics only add insult to injury.

The main character curses (a lot) but besides that nothing is too great about this game.

Seriously, this game is horrible. Please at the very least consider checking review sites before buying anyone this as a gift. The average metacritic review is 3.6/10 and most review sites barely give this anything over 1/10. It's a horrible game and I wish I had waited for the reviews to come out before I ordered it. Consider yourself warned.
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Remember back in the 90's when every celebrity had to have a video game? From Tim Allen's Power Tool Pursuit to Shaq-Fu, these games sucked and obviously tried to bank on the celebrity status to move the games to the fans. That is what Rouge Warrior is like, a retro dollar bin game coded by first year computer science interns.

I was looking forward to this game. I liked most of the Rogue Warrior series (When Dick wrote with John Weisman) and Bethesda Games are normally top notch. But this one slipped though the creative QA process. Here are a few of my observations; The enemies are stupid. Their backs are turned most of the time and I can clomp up to them (no stealth) and do a kill move which is a cut scene to a poor graphic close up shot. There is no health status bar, no character development, the weapon action is just sad. I can shoot someone with a silenced .45 @ 50 yards and score a one shot kill yet I can empty a nearly a full clip into an enemy in the same room and they are still standing. Oh and grenades? Yeah they do not work hardly at all.

Bottom line: Man does this game suck. Certainly gets my vote for the worst of 2009. I would only buy this if:
- You like Demo Dick so much, that you have to have everything with his name on it
- You collect crappy games and this would look great next to Outpost
- You like to hear folks say the F word because although Rogue Warrior is a crappy game with the controls and playability of a Tofu sword, Demo Dick has to cuss alot to show that he does not listen to orders and is his own one man A Team without the cool van.

Then I would buy it used, since you can guarantee a used disk will not be played much...
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I ordered this in July because it was hyped up to be the greatest game coming out. I was terribly mistaken in getting this one. First off, the game seems to concentrate more on shock treatment than playability - extremely excessive and unnecessary language - and the "kill" feature shows a lot of violent ways to kill someone with a knife. If only they put that much emphasis on the game mechanics. It is extremely linear and there aren't a lot of options to choose from in how to play the game. One moves from room to room and kills everyone. That's it. No thought process, no alternate paths to the goal (like Splinter Cell). Buy Splinter Cell or Call of Duty Modern Combat 2 if you want a good military shooter game. Don't buy this one.
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I beat the game in about an hour and a half. It's very simple even on the hardest difficulty. They didn't try very hard with the story. First, it was too short for my liking and the over all story was pretty bad. They sure do make the main character swear a lot. If you like getting achievments on Xbox I would say that's about all this game is good for, it's easy to get almost 700 achievment points from it, the other points are for online and no one plays online. The graphics were ok. The ai in the game were extremely stupid. You get to do these kill moves where you don't alert anyone, which makes no sense since you can loudly run up to the character, do the kill move while the victim screams his head off and if there's another enemy near you, they still don't hear anything. If you are new to gaming this might be a good game for you since its easy and short.
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When I first grabbed this, I was expecting a call of duty/splinter cell mix, a combo of stealth and fps combat. What came out was a painfully linear FPS that tries in vain to be a stealth shooter. Following the supposed exploits of the founder of SEAL team 6, you're dropped into North Korea to obtain information on a missile program being run by the DPRK. After your team is wiped out, you carry on by attempting to depopulate a small city with your knife and silenced pistol.

Graphics are barely tolerable. While the motif is captured nicely, and the ongoing day makes it almost feel like an episode of 24, so little was attempted with regards to graphics, which still manage to have a plethora of clipping issues and poor lighting effects. Detail is also substandard, and should have been a crown jewel given how small scope the levels are.

Audio is a combination of swears, slamming the officer corps, and whining about who's snafu the current issue is caused by. While this doggerel could have been saved by some switch up in tone or direction, I never came across one.

Gameplay is boiled down to stealth kill as many as you can, then do cover to cover combat to kill everyone else. The stealth aspect is awful, and your radar makes little if no sense for being essentially a SOLITON from metal gear. There's little else to mention, apart from vulturing every thing the enemies drop.

Overall, this was a colossal let down. Had it had more of a mission to mission feel, it probably would've turned out okay, but they apparently wanted a main character who spits nails and bleeds raw masculinity.
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