Rustler

Modus Games, PlayWay, Jutsu Games, Games Operators

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
63
Top Critic Average
20%
Critics Recommend
Based on 31 critic reviews
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Rustler

Rating Summary

Based on 31 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

63

Top Critic Average

20%

Critics Recommend

Based on 31 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:Xbox Series X/SAug 31, 2021
PlayStation 5Aug 31, 2021
Nintendo SwitchAug 31, 2021
PCFeb 18, 2021
Xbox OneAug 31, 2021
PlayStation 4Aug 31, 2021

Developer: Jutsu Games

Publishers: Modus Games, PlayWay, Games Operators

Genres: Action, RPG

Grand Theft Horse - Wreak havoc in a medieval world. The Great Tournament is offering the hand of the princess as a prize. Go from local brigand to champion. Or don’t. Guy (that’s you) and his friend (conveniently named Buddy) are out to win the prize with holy hand grenades, pimped out horses, and their own personal minstrels in tow. It’s madness and mayhem with true comedic flair. Key Features - Grand Theft Horse: Wreak havoc in a medieval world inspired by classic gameplay. Use swords, spears, turds – whatever will get the job done! - Wear the Crown: As a poor peasant, you’ll need to get creative in order to win the Great Tournament. Form weird alliances, double cross your foes, and dig up dinosaur skeletons (because, why not?). - A Medieval Sandbox: How you progress is up to you. Spend your time completing quests, wreaking havoc and having a laugh at the expense of others! - A Lot of Horsin’ Around: Shoot cows into the sky, drag your neighbors through the mud, toss some holy hand grenades, or draw fancy pictures in the field with a plow. - Minstrelsy of Power: Hire a musical companion to play the tunes you like and add a powerful soundtrack to your adventures.

Rustler Critic Reviews

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A promising and fun - if a bit rude - game hindered by a not-so-clever implementation of a nice setting.

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With a bit more thought and consideration towards the controls, combat and structure, and less reliance on fart and poo gags, Rustler could have been a riot.

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DualSense support is included to reflect your stamina through the adaptive triggers. Unfortunately, despite the generally simplistic presentation, performance is worryingly inconsistent on PS5, which is a shame. All in all, though, this is a fun if forgettable medieval romp: much of the appeal stems from seeing how GTA series staples have been adapted, like the Pimp-a-Horse drive-thrus which clear your Wanted level and the end of mission beats that accompany each quest you complete.

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What we can agree on is that mechanics and gameplay are at least as important as the setting and story, and this is where Rustler fails to deliver a consistently fun experience.

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