Hi everyone, it’s Gabe from CGRundertow. You know how there are some things that are just so bad, that they’re good? Think of movies like Road House, or any number of Kung Fu movies from the 70’s. You can tell that they just didn’t quite get what they were trying to achieve, but they succeed in their own way with some unintentional laughs. Now, games usually don’t fall into this category, because a bad game is usually just a bad game. Unfortunately, this is one of those games as well. This is Rogue Warrior for the Xbox 360. Rogue Warrior follows Richard Marcinko, a real-life former Navy Seal who is known for his books using Rogue Warrior in the title. However, this game follows a fictional version of himself, voiced by Mickey Rourke, as he fights North Koreans in the 80’s. Now, the story is a work of fiction made for the game, so I find it strange that they used a real person.It really comes off as if the guy is an egomaniac that thinks he’s man’s greatest gift. Believe me, Richard, the world doesn’t need that weird ponytail thing of yours. The story actually starts with a promising opening helicopter scene, but it quickly turns downhill when you realize how bad the production value is. Gameplay in Rogue Warrior feels like a very bad clone of the Rainbow Six: Vegas games. Most of your time will be in first-person, shooting away at mindless enemies and moving from one objective to the next, but the game will occasionally switch to a third-person view to assassinate enemies and climb up ladders.Everything feels very primitive and very jerky. If I didn’t know any better, I’d say from the gameplay alone that this was an original Xbox release. Guns don’t have any weight to them at all, and enemies don’t ever seem to move unless you throw a grenade right at their feet. Environmental hazards are pretty fun, though. Shooting a tank and blowing people up is fun, no matter how crappy the game around it is. Now, the game’ s health system also feels very dated.Getting hit too many times will cause your vision to go black and white, and after a few seconds, it goes back to color. You’d think this would mean that you recovered all of your health, right? Nope. A few more hits and you’re still going to be dead, back to start at whatever checkpoint you last got to. Don’t trick me into thinking my health is recovered. If I’m going to die, tell me I’m going to die. Rogue Warrior is also one of the more primitive looking games on the Xbox 360, with bad faces and horrible animations, in addition to terrible physics for dead enemies. Blood effects are pretty cool, though. Now, audio mainly consists of one word, and I’m guessing you’ve heard it about 150 times by now. It isn’t even clever in the way he uses it. The power of a swear word lies in the fact that it isn’t used that much, so it packs a punch when it is. Using it in every sentence doesn’t really work very well. Oh, and that’s Mickey Rourke’s voice saying all of this stuff.I’m guessing he did this before he did The Wrestler. Rogue Warrior is one of the worst first-person shooters I’ve ever played. Almost every common flaw in the genre has been pinpointed and enlarged with this game. I’d be embarrassed to have my name on the front of this one if I was Richard Marcinko. Luckily, I’m not. .