There’s plenty of flash in Rick Ross’ “No Games” video, high on the pyrotechnics and odes to a Mad Max like future thanks to director Colin Tilley. Ross pictures himself as a Tony Montana of the future, surrounded by white guns and women who will do anything at his disposal while Future roams around and does things on the hook. But “No Games” feels almost like every big, menacing Ross track that came before it recently — all crafted in an attempt to replicate the magic of “BMF”.