Granted it had its share of odd moments too. Like the mysterious code you could put in that made Rambo shoot what looked like Asian letter characters at a certain character thus turning him into a frog. It also featured the nearly impossible final boss, a giant battle helicopter. I had all the health potion you could get and chucked grenade after grenade at that stupid thing I still ended up dying. I finally beat it one day, but only after inputting a code that made Rambo invincible and I chucked a lot of grenades for it to finally die and I thought there is no way anyone could take out that thing without that code. The rest of the game sort of played out like the movie, but sort of did not as well. I mean, I don't recall Rambo fighting to many gorillas in the movie. For the most part though it was cool as it had assorted weapons, you had areas where you had conversations with characters, and you had lots of gun fights. You also did not have the pit of death featured in many Nintendo games of this era. Still the game was annoyingly hard at times, especially that copter and it is a bit repetitive too, but compared to the Total Recall game it is great.
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