Rogue Warrior Now Available!


Rogue Warrior is now available in North American for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Games for Windows, as well as on Steam.  Experience an action-packed single-player campaign as well as intense multiplayer combat playing as the real-life Navy SEAL and founder of the elite SEAL Team Six, Richard “Demo Dick” Marcinko.

Featuring the voice of Golden Globe winner and Oscar nominee, Mickey Rourke, Rogue Warrior was inspired by Marcinko’s New York Times bestseller of the same name and his subsequent novels based loosely on his own past military experiences. Marcinko’s defiant, crude, and sometimes ruthless behavior has earned him both glory and infamy in the history books.

For more details on Rogue Warrior, visit the game’s official website.

Reader Comments

  1. Wow, I remember first playing Oblivion (not sure how far after release) and seeing news abour this game. I never thought I’d ever see it released, I was starting to suspect a sort of Duke Nukem Forever syndrome XD.

  2. I am surprised it is even out, had no idea when it would be out. I haven’t seen any info, read any reviews or seen any previews yet. Under-advertised? Another WET?

  3. Yea, it is quite sad, I have been looking forward to this game for soom time. I can’t wait for “brink”, but the fall of 2010, yikes. Anyway, back too MW2.

  4. 2/3rds of the way through, it switched developers, who started over from scratch and made a game that quite frankly blows. I rented it last night, beat it in four hours, and was cringing the whole way through. It’s a real shame; the original concept showed some real promise.

  5. It was a great idea and I was interested in it from early on, but it turned out to be horrible. I hate to say that about a Bethesda game, and I’m shocked that Rebellion wasn’t able to make a better game. It really feels like it should have just been canceled instead of being completed since it seems to have super low production values. Heck, the PC version told me to push the analog stick once which was a bad sign.

    Hopefully Bethesda won’t be afraid to re-evaluate future titles before they commit after a major issue (developer change, engine change, etc.)