While it doesn't seem that we'll be seeing Rambo: Last Stand on the big screen anytime soon, fans of Sylvester Stallone's iconic action character will have something to look forward to next year with Rambo: The Video Game. We have the first trailer for this action-packed interactive adventure, which developer Teyon has been working on since 2011.

Players control John Rambo as he moves through actual scenes from First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II and Rambo III. In addition, publisher Reef Entertainment confirmed earlier this year that the game will feature actual voice tracks from the movies featuring Sylvester Stallone as Rambo and Richard Crenna as Colonel Trautman.

Rambo: The Video Game appears to be in the same vein as classic arcade shooter games such as Virtua Cop, where the player is confined to one location while taking on several enemies at the same time, who explode into a cloud of red mist when they die. There will also be several video sequences mixed in with the action. The game was initially slated to come out in 2013, but this uber-violent, action-packed, first-person shooter will likely be worth the wait.

The game will be released on XBox 360, Playstation 4 and PC formats sometime in 2014.