Rustler is a term that has been used to describe a thief who steals livestock, particularly cows and horses. These outlaws have been around since the days of the Wild West and continue to be a menace in modern times. Rustling not only causes financial loss to farmers and ranchers but also jeopardizes their livelihoods. The act of rustling requires skill, planning, and sleight of hand, making it a difficult crime to prevent. This article examines the history of rustling, its impact on society, and measures taken by law enforcement agencies to combat this crime.

Traxxas Rustler XL-5 (TQ/8.4V/DC Chg) – LandRanger Deeside 4×4

Released in 2020, Rustler is an action adventure game developed by Jutsu Games and is an homage to the classic Grand Theft Auto games. Rustler offers a unique blending of old-school action-adventure and a humorous medieval setting. With its open world nature, sandbox gameplay options, and quirky characters, Rustler has been praised for its throwback visuals and engaging battle system. In this review article we will be looking at the game itself, its unique mechanics, visuals, and overall gameplay experience.


Rustler is an open world action-adventure game that allows players to freely explore a variety of environments. Players can complete quests for villagers while also engaging in activities such as horse racing and archery. The game’s combat system is based on both melee weapons (like maces) as well as ranged weapons such as bows and guns. Players can also use items found in the environment like barrels or rocks to defeat enemies.

The objective of the game is to complete various goals given to players such as rescuing hostages or putting an end to evil schemes. Additionally, players are rewarded with points for completing objectives which can then be used to purchase upgrades for their character or weapons.


The visuals in Rustler have been praised for their cartoonish style reminiscent of classic Grand Theft Auto games from the early 2000s. Character designs feature an exaggerated look with bright colors making them stand out against the mostly muted backgrounds. Environments vary greatly from rural villages with rolling hills to spooky forests filled with mythical creatures.

The soundtrack also does a great job of capturing the medieval feel of Rustler’s world thanks to its combination of traditional instruments like lutes and recorders combined with more modern electronic elements

Tom Berenger – clip from “Rustler’s Rhapsody.”
This is a great western spoof, available on DVD! Tom Berenger plays a squeaky-clean hero who is weary of the predictability of the bad guys.

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