Ok, this is the Ocean developed version published by Taito, and follows the plot of the film. The game consists of three missions (instead of 6, found in the Megadrive/Master System). In part one you explore the building Trautman could be in, through a top-down view of the building avoiding the enemies and lots of infra-red security beams, which when activated sounds the alarms and unleash the enemies. In the second part you do the same scenario but this time located outside. The final part changes to an Operation Wolf-style shoot 'em up, with tanks, soldiers on foot and helicopters to face. Your gun can jam, which adds to the challenge of finally getting out alive.
Although the simple gameplay, Rambo III has something to add in terms of playability, mainly because of the John Rambo figure. The average gamer should find the game a bit difficult in the beginning, but the interface is quite easy to understand.
The MS DOS version also offers some cute colorful graphics with detailed objects and areas as in the Amiga and Atari ST version, but also including some static shots from the movie. Sprites move good too. The game here supports several graphics mode including CGA (4 colors), EGA (16 colors) in 320x200 resolution as well as a Hercules (!) graphics adapter with 720x350 pixels resolution!
< The sound is great I think and supports (among others) the Adlib sound hardware with impressive results. There his nice introductory tune, whilst the in-game tune is a also a nice piece too. along with some typical (but not sampled as found only in the Amiga version) SFX.