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Running with Rifles RUNNING WITH RIFLES is a top-down tactical shooter with open-world RPG elements. In RWR, you join the ranks of an army as a common soldier, just like the thousands around you. To your superiors, you're nothing but cannon fodder... The open world approach lets you define your own path and story in the campaign. Push back the enemy with your comrades or go deep behind enemy lines to sabotage their efforts and loot valuable items.
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1288
Genre General, Action
Company / Developer
Modulaatio Games / Modulaatio Games
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Running with Rifles reviews ( 7 )

Torro, Mar 7, 2013

This game has been out in beta for a while now but it's getting closer to the 1.0. I gave this game a 10 and I really mean it. I was dreaming for a battlefield-series game with a top-down view since a while. And this dream came true with this game. I don't need a monster PC to run this gem and it still looks pleasant to my eyes. Actually I really love the graphic style. The weapons are fairly realistic and the terrain system is great (height, cover system, etc). The AI is smarter than most AAA titles out there, which surprised me tbh. The multiplayer is very entertaining, even though the servers aren't very populated yet. I highly recommend this title to every battlefield/arma/CoD-fans out there if you want a fresh and clean alternative with a lot of potential. The price is very fair (8 bucks) as well.

jpizaro, Dec 7, 2015

Fun game. Very large maps, giant battles. Barely any noticable flaws except the horrible AI drivers. Captures the essence of Battlefield in a top down way.

kjarpr0, Mar 4, 2017

Okay. I'm too lazy to write a detailed review so I'll just make it simple: tons of freedom, awesome gameplay, and a really good co-op mode makes the game more than just another top-down shooter.

jimbobslimbob, May 13, 2015

If Battlefield had a baby with Alien Swarm - this would be it. It's good. Think of what Battlefield would be like if viewed top-down. That's basically what it is. You get to command a squad (which gets bigger as you level-up) to wipe out the enemy and conquer areas of the map. Once conquered you get access to all their vehicles and weapons - and new spawn points. The armory allows you to outfit your character exactly how you like to play. The vehicles are quite cool as well and the AI is not stupid. There seems to be a lot to learn - which must be done via trial and error since the tutorial is pretty weak. Saying that, I think I picked up most of the basics fairly quickly. Once I had sorted out the controls (crouch and prone are for some weird reason not set as toggle keys by default) I got on quite well and won a few matches/missions. The multiplayer is fun. You can play the campaign together co-op or against others and it has a variety of different game modes and it also includes dedicated server support. Jimbo Rating: 7/10

Tylorian, Apr 3, 2014

The video game industry needs innovation. From personal experience, this is definitely innovative. The gameplay feels smooth and the AI are not retards (They are not perfect but, better than most modern shooters that we see). It's not your average top-down "hero" game; "one shot, one kill" on pretty much all weapons. Gore settings is really how much blood you want, no blood, scrape, saving private ryan, and then shogun II. The main reason you would want to buy this game is because you want something new from the same thing that the "top dogs" of the gaming industry keep on pumping out. It gives you a different perspective and a different experience. Also, it's somewhat of an open world so, you can play the way you want. You could go guns blazing to the front lines or you could go commando around enemy lines to take out their comms truck and effectively taking out their means of giving their troops support. The game right now has three factions, green, gray, and brown; green representing America, Grey is Germany, and brown is Russia. I personally hope for more than that, if not them, the community as this game has an option just before you start a game to activate mods for your custom battle. This should increase it's value already. But, every game has a downside. Your own troops tend to be very passive with the vehicles they possess and the game still has a few maps or any kind of content for that matter. Keep in mind that it was in beta when this review was written so, currently I hopefully have just a glimpse of the game that you people of the future are playing. The AI still needs a little tweaking, there is little options on what you can do in-game, and the campaign is just another battle. But, the game has huge potential! That is why I'm giving this game a 7 out of 10. It's a great game in desperate need of new content for greater playability.

2john, Nov 6, 2015

Running with rifles review Graphics RWR does certainly have its own graphical design, it uses 3D visuals and looks acceptable. I don’t have any complaints but it quite could possibly be better. I have not run into any graphical glitches either. 8/10 Audio The sound is pretty decent and could use improvement. A lot of the guns sound the same and the music is not very enjoyable. Thankfully the music only plays on the main screen, and is not present during battle. 6/10 Controls The controls can be a bit clunky at times but are pretty standard. WASD to move and mouse to aim and shoot. My main complaint though is that, your characters aim does not follow your mouse, and that there is not really any diagonal movement. 6/10 Story/Campaign RWR is not a very story driven game, but it does feature a campaign mode. The campaign mode is basically a set of several missions that you can rank up within. Overall there seems to be no story in the campaign. But, the campaign is a fun way of doing missions. 7/10 Gameplay The gameplay is what makes RWR worth buying, the funnest parts of the match are when you and like 20-30 others try to force your way into a base of enemies that are in even bigger numbers. It's essentially a massive war simulator, with you as just another soldier (until you become higher ranked and are able to lead a squad of up to 10 others). 9.5/10 Content The game has a small amount of guns to start with, and can look deceiving. Over time though you can find enemy weapons and unlock them in your armory as well as finding special weapons that are not available in any armory. Besides guns there is also different types of explosives and secondary weapons. You can also find and buy different types of armor. 8/10 Replayability This game is very replayable like any sandbox game. But it does get a little boring over a long period of time like most games. 7/10 Overall Score 73.5/100

SigilFey, Dec 23, 2015

Well, the game has been out for a while now, and I am very disappointed. The game had great potential, and it didn't really live up to any of it. 1.) Controls are asinine. The game is basically rolling dice in real-time. There is no element of skill involved, just familiarity with each map. It doesn't matter how precise and careful, nor how sloppy and reckless you are, you have an equally random chance of winning or losing. The game not only creates extremely punishing bullet spread, but there's no chance that your hits will do any damage. That's right, I have an equal chance of firing one-round, and one-shotting an enemy across the map I didn't even see, or I can empty 15 rounds into an enemy at point-blank range from behind, and do 0% damage despite 12 rounds hitting. Incompetent design. 2.) AI is TERRIBLE. The AI is completely incapable of doing anything that remotely makes sense. Rather than CPU soldiers taking position behind readily available cover, moving to attack open points, or simply bull-rushing a target, AI soldiers stand around, mill aimlessly back and forth, run headlong into the same killzones, or get run over by friendly vehicles being driven by random AI soldiers to random locations. From the beginning of the game until the end. Every mission. Every time. All the time. Once again, incompetent. 3.) Single player is a waste of time. There is no sense of progression, no sense of accomplishment, and very little fun to be had until you grind your way across 20+ hours of mind-numbing, repetitive gameplay to get at least 5-6 people in your squad and some decent gear/radio abilities. Once you can summon reinforcements, airstrikes, and set up mortar stations and the like, you can single-handedly gain a minor advantage...! Occasionally... Until the game's incompetent AI takes everything it took you 15 minutes to put in place and completely frigs it up in about 9 seconds. It's those 15 minutes of strategic and tactical decision making that are fun, but ultimately futile. Incompetent single-player design. 4.) Multiplayer can be fun -- IF you have people that know how to play the game and are willing to play the way it was designed. As most multiplayer sessions are either empty or full of typical internet delinquents with every possible hack and cheat enabled, trying to be as obnoxious as possible, and absolutely no moderation being done whatsoever...multiplayer is mostly not an option. (TL;DR) So in conclusion, the game could have been amazing, but this developer just isn't of the caliber the game needed. Lots of talent and a great idea for a game, but ultimately an amateur game released with amateur execution. As I said in my original review: "Potential is not ability." Save your money.