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Rambo III

DOS - 1989

Also available on: Commodore 64 - Amiga - Amstrad CPC - Atari ST

Alt name Stallone Rambo III
Year 1989
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Arcade, Licensed Title
Publisher Taito America Corporation
Developer Ocean Software Ltd.
Perspective Top-Down
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.61
3.57 / 5 - 40 votes

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One of Taito's best games, Rambo III is a fun top-down action game that is very faithful to the testosterone-filled movie it was based on.

In case you have missed the movie (lucky you), here is a brief plot: our beefy commando John Rambo is forced to leave his --err-- meditation in a monastery in Southeast Asia (uh huh, sure) to rescue his handler Richard Crenna from the Russians. The action takes place in a jungle deep within Afghanistans, where Rambo enlists the help of Afghan Freedom Fighters to lead him to the Russian base. But Rambo, being human like the rest of us (ugh), fell into a trap and was captured. The action then begins with our hero about to prove, once again, that one beefy commando can dispose of enemies in approximately 1.5 minutes each....

Although it looks similar to dozens of other action games you have played before, the more you play the game, the more you realize that it has a lot of neat subtleties and detail that sets it apart. For starters, you have at your disposal not only a wide variety of weapons (which include bow and bomb arrow, knife, rifle, and time bombs), but also a lot of realistically useful items. For instance, you can attach a silencer to your gun to snipe away at enemies without alerting the whole camp to your presence. You will also find an IR goggles (which won't operate without a battery) that is useful for seeing IR beams (that trigger alarms) and nigh vision.

The levels are well thought out, with enough new surprises and scenery to keep you captivated. The level where you get to shoot down a giant Russian chopper is particularly entertaining (yes, it didn't all begin with Half-Life), as well as the building where you must break in to rescue the hostage.

Overall, Rambo III is a very entertaining game that has just about the right difficulty level for an average gamer. It's not Metal Gear in terms of novelty and intuitive interface, but it is definitely one of the best games based on movie licenses. Recommended!

Review By HOTUD

Comments and reviews

Good luck 2020-05-15 0 point

I love it

Sly 2019-08-14 0 point DOS version

Rambo 3 was and still is a great movie. And the game is awesome as well! Rambo haters are pussies!

AexTb 2018-10-31 1 point

very hard to play. I never finish it. There are cheats?

Tervcsghevhdg 2018-04-03 0 point Amstrad CPC version

Rambo 3 is a crap movie but a good game.Graphics:3/5.Music:3/5.Variety:3/5.Gameplay:3/5.Overall:7/10.

MESIH İSA 2015-02-01 0 point DOS version


panck 2012-07-30 -1 point DOS version

he looks soo good and i wish to see him live with my own necked eyes!!

Elias 2011-12-28 -3 points DOS version

I want download Rambo ..
please can any one talk to me how??
please if any one can talk..

Elias 2011-12-28 -7 points DOS version

I want to download Rambo 1

mohamed 2010-11-26 -1 point DOS version

i want to down load bubble bus

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