“Fuck 'em” — Philosophy by Rambo

Rambo is the badass, insane and overpowered main character of Rambo: The Video Game. Though immensely powerful and reckless, he isn't nearly as badass as Blade, the main character of SiN Episodes: Emergence.

Rambo is a veteran from the Vietnam war. Due to the murder and mayhem he saw and endured in the war, he went completely insane and left the army soon after the war. This is where the horrible story of Rambo: The Video Game begins. Through Rambo's flashbacks we can see how he and his deformed face alone murder hundreds and thousands of vietnamese soldiers in the war, mostly with guns and a bow. After the war he gets completely boring and then he dies. That's it, that's the story of Rambo.

Thanks to Rambo's Ram-mode, he is able to mow down a whole legion of Asians and Russians in minutes and look even more hideous than normally.

Origins[edit | edit source]

John Rambo was originally a character in the book, First Blood by David Morrell. The book was about a Vietnam veteran returning home to find out the world has changed. The success of the book translated into a movie starring Sylvester Stallone as Rambo and Richard Crenna as Colonel Trautman. This movie spawned a sequel, even though in the book Rambo died at the end, Rambo: First Blood part 2. This movie got a sequel of it's own Rambo 3. These events lead to Rambo: the shitty Vidya Game.

Description[edit | edit source]

Rambo's a shredded soldier from the sixties with one of the uncanniest faces of the world. His most notable ability is being able to kill his enemies with a naked torso. Rambo was tortured in Vietnam by the North Vietnamese, this lead to him being insane and mostly likely giving him PTSD.

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Sylvester Stallone and James Cameron wrote the screenplay for Rambo: First Blood part 2.
  • Sylvester Stallone did his own stunts in Rambo 3.
  • Rambo is basically Big Boss.
  • Rambo created an alternate personality that also kills Vietnamese to cope with his PTSD
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