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Rambo III is an unashamed Operation Wolf rip-off, but it's a good one and combines great graphics and smooth scrolling with some very challenging and frenetic gameplay. In fact it is almost too hard, and it takes an awful lot of practice to get past the second level - mind you, when you're shelling out this much money for a game, you want something that lasts more than a few nights of play! My only gripe is that there isn't a joycard option. As a result many Sega owners will miss out - a shame, because Rambo III is an excellent game.
Em Rambo III você encarna o famoso personagem vivido por Sylvester Stallone nas telas do cinema. São seis fases de grau de dificuldade progressiva, nas quais é preciso derrotar os soldados vietnamitas.
Rambo III's graphics are fairly elaborate, and a rousing military march keeps the adrenaline flowing. Several continues are available, and taking into account the difficulty and fact that your score doesn't reset, it's reasonable to treat these as additional lives. I did notice one odd bug in stage two. When you shoot the guys camped out on the roofs of houses, the mountains behind them change shape! Rambo III is not exceptional in any way, but if you're in the mood for some simple shooting action, you'll have a ball.
Rambo — personagem vivido no cinema pelo ator norte-americano Sylvester Stallone — vai salvar o coronel Tratman, capturado por soldados inimigos. É preciso ser rápido no gatilho e não ser atingido.
Rambo III is a fine Sega Light Phaser game, though not as much fun as Gangster Town despite being graphically superior and much more challenging.
If played properly, from a distance away, it's a very tough game. Even close up you've got to be very quick and efficient at blasting the enemy. Should satisfy anyone keen for an Operation Wolf type of game.