Rubi is a problem solver. She fixes problems. She's good at it. But when she agrees to fix a wealthy man's problem by finding and bringing back his wayward son, she thinks it's all going to... See full synopsis »



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Christopher Sorrell
Ratboy / Dr. Afro


Rubi is a problem solver. She fixes problems. She's good at it. But when she agrees to fix a wealthy man's problem by finding and bringing back his wayward son, she thinks it's all going to be cut and dry. She thought wrong. The job wasn't so simple. And the man who hired her isn't who he appears to be. Now Rubi's on the run, needing to find the man who left her for dead, leaving a massive body count in her wake.

Double-crosses. Enemies. Allies. Guns. Swords. Drugs. In an adventure that spans three continents (US, UK, and Hong Kong), two warring factions, and one very pissed off problem fixer, WET will keep the adrenaline pumping from start to finish. Rubi is focused. Rubi is determined. Rubi is a problem fixer. Rubi is WET.

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Simmons: I can't feel my legs! Oh fuck I can't feel my legs! You Bitch! You fucking bitch. You can't leave me like this!
Rubi Malone: [She stops and pulls out a lighter] You should have shut up after, "I can't feel my legs"!
[She throws the lighter igniting a trail of gasoline. The flames creep up to Simmons lying against a destroyed car. He catches fire and the vehicle blows up as Rubi calmly walks away]
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Referenced in Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Episode #1.59 (2009) See more »


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Produced by Chris Daniele and Creepin' Cadavers
Written and Performed by Creepin' Cadavers
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Could be really good
11 August 2010 | by See all my reviews

I am a huge Bethesda Softworks fan and will buy anything that they have put their name on. Hence how I came about this game. The only thing I knew about this game was from watching an online trailer and was excited as hell to play this. After just finishing a rather long in depth game I looked forward to just running around shooting and blowing things up.

First I must say I love the look and style of this game but within moments of playing I was so utterly frustrated with the controls of the character (actually lack of)I wanted to throw the damn controller across the room. Whatever fun and excitement I had while playing was quickly lost trying to do simple movements. I have never had a game create such rage and frustration.

Due to a huge character flaw within myself, I couldn't simply just stop playing and be done with it. I have to finish what I started so my level of frustration after finishing the game was so high I had to take a gaming break.

There were some really fun points to this game and think that it shouldn't be ignored. It definitely isn't worth the full price but if you find it at a discount like I did it is worth the money. Some people might not find the controls as difficult as I did but after reading a few reviews most people found the controls a problems.

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