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R.I.P.D.: The Game

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Based on the 3D supernatural action-adventure film, R.I.P.D., you and a partner will take up the holsters of two lawmen dispatched to the otherworld to protect and serve the living from an increasingly destructive array of souls who refuse to move peacefully to the other side. Top-notch teamwork and an arsenal of badass weapons are the keys to defeating your enemies and bringing order back to the world.Key Features Film Authenticity – Working directly with Universal, Old School received ongoing access to the movie materials so that players could experience a faithful adaptation of the unique world of R.I.P.D., including environments, enemies, weaponry, effects and humor from the film.
Partner with your Friends Online – Two-player online co-op allows wanna-be gunslingers to use teamwork as they battle their way through the game. Your enemies won’t have a chance against the right team strategy.
Over-the-Top Action – Gunslingers will blast, impale, explode, and arrest enemies just as the heroes do in the film.
Unique In-Game Betting System – Co-op partners can put their in-game currency where their mouth is with a new feature that allows them to bet on who’s a better R.I.P.D. officer. Measured by which player can capture the most enemies, who can stay standing the longest, and other action-packed challenges, the virtual betting system allows players to always keep the stakes high.
Challenges Galore – Being an R.I.P.D. officer doesn’t mean blasting deados all the time. Random challenges will appear during each stage to allow players to test their mettle for extra gold pieces.

Release date
Saber Interactive
Atlus U.S.A
Old School Games
Atlus, Atlus USA
Age rating
17+ Mature

System requirements for PlayStation 3

System requirements for Xbox 360

System requirements for PC

  • OS:Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor:Intel Core2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 2GHz
  • Memory:2 GB RAM
  • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 or ATI Radeon™ 2900 XT
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
  • Sound:Any DirectX compatible card
  • Additional:Using an SLI configuration might cause issues when running the game.
  • OS:Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7
  • Processor:Intel Core2 Quad or AMD Phenom X4 9950, 2.6GHz
  • Memory:3 GB RAM
  • Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 460 or ATI Radeon™ 5850
  • DirectX®:9.0c
  • Hard Drive:5 GB HD space
  • Sound:Any DirectX compatible card
  • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
  • Additional:Using an SLI configuration might cause issues when running the game.
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Last Modified: Jul 21, 2023

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R.I.P.D.: The Game reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
E.T on the Atari taught us that Games that underlie a Movie are just Crap. Now this Game is Average which makes me very sad, because that means the Movie is not very better. What exactly is R.I.P. D:The Game? Well a Story does not exist at the beginning, too bad I would have one: Once Ryan Reynolds the Ghost kills undead, it was enough. At Least they make the Mistake of not putting out a bad Game with a miserable Story. I have heard from some People, with enough Gold you can buy the Final Opponent free, impressive. Imagine you are standing At Super Mario bros. Before Bowser and he asks if you have 80 coins otherwise there is no Final Boss Fight. Now the Game is actually nothing more than a Third person horde shooter with 5 Waves. Here it means: Shoot everything, jump like a Bunny on speed and use one of 5 Skills that charge by killing, such as Capturing enemies, activating a Heilaura. Summoning a flying Gatlingun that fires at Enemies when positioned correctly. The Game doesn't explain the Skills at all, which is really sad, because I looked as stupid as Ryan in Green Lantern when I tried the stupid Thing and couldn't. After completing the Mission, you are allowed to spend the hard earned Money, it is called Salary. Upgrades, new Weapon, one-time Items for the Missions. Still not thrilled with the Game? Unfortunately, I don't either, because there are just too many shooter games that do better and most cost even less. I've been thinking for a long time, ha no that was lying, I'm not going to recommend it, although the Achievements are easy to get, they're only time consuming, the Game itself is boring and there's a lack of Creativity. Prefer to Play Space Marine, even that's actually a Crime.
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Microsoft from Spain
Pros: (+) 3D Graphics Care. (+) Spanish Translation. (+) Steam Chrome. (+) Weapon-Upgrading System. (+) Co-op. (+) Menu. (+) Unlockable Content. (+) Reduced Mapping. Cons: (-) Game Mechanics. (-) Single Plaer System. (-) Animations and physics. (Deaths or Gólpes) (-) Shortage variety of enemies. (-) Reduced mechanics of difficulty. (-) Few maps. (-) Reduced Arsenal. (-) Translation Errors. Originally posted by Nemesis: To begin we must focus on the modeling are true to the film, but it remains the merit if compared with mechanics and animations (not included physical, because there is virtually no), you can only run or jump for a Side when an enemy approaches... Also do not believe that there is a great variety of enemies, but I would say almost null, there are 3 types of enemies, (Melé, range and curative) The variety is good at first, but when you play for a while you realize that you only have to kill one after another... That Yes, do not think that by doing heat shots are going to fall, in fact even if you empty a magazine. The difficulty is proportional to the number of enemies that drop, does not add IA or drop according to your statistics (custom). On the maps, it can be said that they are detailed and of reduced space, giving the possibility to the player to be constantly cornered and killing, seldom you will have time to do nothing, that is to say it looks for an intensity that perhaps at the beginning as finally Come back a little light. I Think the scarcity in this game is the fundamental pillar, since it affects; Maps, enemies, difficulty, PJ to choose (2) but also the arsenal... At startup, it has a striking menu, however when you go Explorandolo realizes that there is not much to urgetear. It should be taken into account that in view of the lack of "extension" of the game they tried to add "images" and "logos" related to the film. To finish I will say that I found mistranslations (meaningless sentences), spelling mistakes and the worst: untranslated words... Item: Punctuation: Graphic Design: 7/10 Gameplay: 4/10 Music: 5/10 Total Score: 5.3/10
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