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AAA Rambo Game Coming to PS3 and Xbox 360

Posted on Thursday, August 4 @ 11:00:20 Eastern by

UK publisher Reef Entertainment has acquired the rights to the Rambo franchise, which includes the option to develop a game based on the Sylvester Stallone character. The first game of the series, simply entitled "Rambo", will be based on the original Rambo movie trilogy and is planned for release toward the end of 2012.

Reef Entertainment CEO Peter Rezon talked about why Rambo, of all things, would be the game they develop next:

With the success of the most recent Rambo film and an international appetite for action movies with Expendables 2 scheduled for release next summer, we felt now was a good time to do something special with this license.

Craig Lewis, commercial director at Reef, has "big ambitions for Reef and the Rambo IP":

Rambo will be a triple-A title on PS3, Xbox 360, and PC and will capture the gritty atmosphere and full-on action which made the Rambo movies so successful.

Whaddya think? Is there triple-A potential in a Rambo game from a mostly unknown developer? Or are they just fueling up the hype train a little early with all this talk of triple-A?

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