In Rogue Warrior, lead character ~censored~ “Demo ~censored~” Marcinko (based on the real-life ex-Navy SEAL, and voiced by actor Mickey Rourke) doesn’t just drop an F-bomb–he drops an entire nuclear warhead of repulsive language that would make even the most world-wise among us reach for a set of earplugs. As depicted in developer Rebellion’s newest first-person shooter, Marcinko is a shallow, potty-mouthed antihero without a single redeeming quality. Unfortunately, the appalling dialogue seems to have inspired Rogue Warrior’s gameplay, which is characterized by useless stealth mechanics, inconsistent hit detection, incredibly linear level design, and abysmal AI. Yet the boring, one-dimensional gameplay and terrible dialogue aren’t the game’s most insulting blemishes; that prize belongs to Rogue Warrior’s total lack of value. You can finish it in just over two hours, and the stripped multiplayer consists only of deathmatch and team deathmatch, yet publisher Bethesda Softworks is asking full price. Don’t be a sucker: Steer clear of this garbage.
* OS : Windows XP/Vista
* Processor : CPU Intel Pentium IV 3.2 Ghz
* Memory : 1 GB RAM (2 GB For Vista)
* Graphics : DirectX9 Compatible Graphics Card 256 MB
* DirectX® : DirectX 9.0C
* Hard Drive : 4 GB Available Free Space
* Sound : DirectX Compatible Sound System