Rescue: The Embassy Mission

Read the full review here.

“There is an old adage that applies to many endeavors in life: Do one thing and do it well. You can strive for that maxim in sports, in the job market, and in other areas with a certain amount of success. But can a video game follow that formula and offer a fulfilling experience?”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

This is one of those instances where it truly was an eye-opening experience to review this game objectively, since this was one of my favorite games growing up. I still really like it, and will vehemently defend its merits; but, at the end of the day, I do have to admit that it is not a remarkably gut-bustingly spectacular title. At the very worst, it is a very shallow, short, repetitive, crude, odd gameplay experience. At best, it is wonderfully innovative, challenging, and has bits of features such as first-person shooting that can be considered visionary precursors.

2 Responses to “ Rescue: The Embassy Mission ”

  1. […] It cannot even be a subconscious associative reason, because when I think of R.C. Pro Am I think of an old friend who had it, and who introduced me to hidden gems such as Rescue: The Embassy Mission. […]

  2. Having never played this or even heard of it before today, it’s a real shame that this game doesn’t appear to be as good as the concept describes. It would’ve been fantastic if the gameplay was more developed, as a sort of cross between Saboteur and precursor to Silent Scope. Perhaps one day someone will decide to remake and improve it.

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