Sylvester Stallone voice tracks feature in new Rambo game


Reef Entertainment has secured the right to use the original Rambo movie voice-tracks of John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) and Col. Samuel Trautman (Richard Crenna) for their upcoming game based on the movies. Keeping this in mind, you know there’s going to be some really cheesy one-liners.

A Reef spokesperson said: “Our goal is to produce the finest Rambo video game ever made. To do that, we are including dialogue, special effects, and music from the movies.

STUDIOCANAL, the owners of the Rambo films, searched their extensive archives and tracked down audio reels containing the original voice recording tapes for First Blood, First Blood Part  II & Rambo III. These tapes provided us with the pristine vocal performances of Stallone and Crenna that we have included in the game.”

The new Rambo game features “iconic sequences” from the three movies and it’s due for release at some point this year on the PC. Here’s a couple of new gameplay images that have stormed their way into the IncGamers offices this afternoon.

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