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  "R.I.P.", " RIP Strike Back" and "RIP3 The Last Hero" Trilogy

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A cruel dictator, General Wildboar, has conquered the world. His evil cyber-mariners guard his lair and keep the entire planet under his control. Joyous holidays such as Christmas and Halloween were banned. Dreaming was a crime with a punishment of death. The world was falling deeper into darkness with no hope of recovery. When there are no heroes left in the land, help comes from some very unexpected places.

In the middle of the 22nd century Earth was conquered by an unknown invader. With advanced technology and witchcraft as his weapons, the enemy seized the planet and declared himself dictator. One more step - and the boundaries between the worlds of living and dead will be blurred. We need friends to make the army and save the world. Start the battle! Play with friends!

In the full version you will also experience:
- 100 levels 
- 6 chilling characters 
- 25 kinds of weaponry 
-  9 types of military vehicles 
- 12 unique bosses 
- High Scores 
- Cooperative Mode 
- Flower Mode
NEW: Multiplayer LAN is available now!

The Review:
Generally speaking, we look at very few on-line downloadable games because of the lower quality that one would expect. I took a chance at this R.I.P. trilogy of games including: the first R.I.P. then RIP Strike Back and finally the latest RIP3 The Last Hero and I was amazed at how fast I got hooked on these arcade type of games. The graphics are crisp and clear and offer a true heart pumping excitement one looks for in an arcade game.

I found that the more I played the better I got simply by learning on when and how to use the various weapons and tactics. The game moves very fast and you really have no real time to think at times but that is what adds to the excitement. The downloads are simple and fast and the games are a lot of fun. For inexpensive entertainment, I would certainly recommend these three games to one and all.

Review ID Number: 690
  Product Details
Elephant Games
Review Date: 2007-05-26
Reviewer: Nick Sardy
Rating: 9 out of 10
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