If you are a gamer, there is no chance you haven't noticed Rambo’s resurgence in recent gaming editions. Whatever may be the main reason we see him all over the place, and it brings us back that familiar nostalgia.
Game-makers could have a valid reason to make this character pop out in random places, as John Rambo is among the biggest heroes in American film history. The character spanned three movies, using the first one being considered as a cinematographic masterpiece covering subjects of PTSD, anti-militarism, and humans nature. The two sequels it spanned were more focused on action and were flicks that marked the generation. As it is popular nowadays, the franchise was revived and the latest movie in the series came out in 2022. While still remaining popular, John Rambo made to a few games including his latest cameo in DLC games.
DLC did a good job of making Rambo come in various of their installments. So far he has three cameo appearances including Cod: Warzone, Mortal Kombat 11, and far cry 6. Once we said in the introduction, we somewhat realize that there is a spot for Rambo in the realm of gaming, why now of all times.
Mortal Kombat 11 was a hit with Rambo’s appearance which was also followed by other cult heroes from m80s movies including RoboCop and Terminator. John was were well-received because of the effort which was put into his gameplay. Great moves, combined with traps he makes use of boded very well with the fans of the game. Furthermore, he was an integral apt of Call of Duty and the other shooting game titled Broforce.
While they were fine tries to remind us of the once cult hero, Far Cry 6 took things a bit further. While there is no Rambo himself, the story of the now lunatic game features a fan of the character who makes Long way away adventure Rambo-like. All of this shows us how the game became another thing in recent times, and just how popular Rambo is still, and never only due to nostalgia. DLC might have been plotting something more here.
While we believe there is something behind ten curtains, it could definitively be that we are only talking about 80s action films nostalgia. Back in the day, Rambo was the man, who not only spanned his movie franchise but additionally helped in creating other action heroes of the decade. Long way away 6 dug deep in to the 80s as possible see from the appearance of the Stranger Things series in the game which is also set in the 80s. So far as Mortal Kombat 11 goes, Rambo is an ideal addition. All the movies in the franchise are celebrated for Rambo's kill count which crosses all borders regarding death in movies.
At the same time frame, Far Cry embodies Rambo well as it's centered on survival – something John does very well. Realistic survival is the focus of both games and the Rambo movies. So, having Rambo in a game is not a surprise, it comes down naturally. For this reason it is no surprise we see him involved with flicks for example Long way away. We're able to expect more Rambo appearances in the future coming from DCL. What's even more likely, at least in our books, is that he gets a bet on its own. But, well see about that as the game-makers are going to decide is there potential in an idea such as this.