- Platform: Xbox 360
- ESRB Rating: Teen
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
R.U.S.E.: The Art Of Deception
- Fight a war of perception using recon units and your spy network to gather intelligence on your enemy and then strike his Achilles heel! From captain to the chief in command, live an epic campaign full of manipulation, jealousy & betrayal
- Command a huge spectrum of units including infantry, vehicles and aircraft units with varying abilities. Wield executive power by securing revenues, planning industrial production and launching advanced research programs
- Use the exclusive IRISZOOM engine to quickly and intuitively zoom into the battlefield and out to the full theatre of war. Fight on immense & incredibly detailed maps, the biggest ever in an RTS: a perfect playground for strategy!
- Test your strategic skills up to 8 players. Face unpredictable battle situations & reverse the balance of power. Choose your nation – choose between 6 Axis or Allied powers with specific units & abilities.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
Developed by Eugen Systems, creators of the critically acclaimed strategy title Act of War: Direct Action, R.U.S.E is a one-of-a-kind RTS game that allows players to deceive and manipulate their enemies to lead their nation to victory, controlling the action from the heart of the battlefield to the full theater of war.
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Heck, been playing this game tutorial for like 10 hours and i still don't have a clue of how to do stuff.
I was hoping for a Starcraft ressource management game but it is all over the place. The production menu is hard to navigate, there is cut scenes everywhere and anywhere.
Didn't play online but i hear it is really difficult to find someone to play against.
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I don't like too many games, this one I do.
also itd be nice if game companys gave you the complete package instead of making you buy expansions and crap. it makes me miss the older systems!