New Version of Rogue Trooper – Remastered

Rogue Trooper Redux – Official Launch Trailer (PEGI)

Note: I dont own the video, Credits belong to the owner….

It appears that with every era of new console hardware will come a big batch of remastered variations of old video games. This really is the actual benefit of the niche cover-based shooter, Rogue Trooper, which by and large launched throughout several platforms more than ten years ago. The game performed well, however I actually never dreamed that I would ever be playing a remastered edition of it within this hardware era. With that in mind, Publisher Rebellion introduced it back to life along with Rogue Trooper Redux.

The creators seek to give a more contemporary experience for new players along with returning fans, but in reality make it clear until this is a true port of the classic video game which what sets this aside from something that fans of this genre are usually getting your hands on nowadays.

Rogue Trooper could be the story of Rogue, an Anatomical Infantryman bred to deal with in an evidently ceaseless war for Nu-Earth within the far future. He has super-tough and resistance against the predominanent rayonnement and other deadly chemical substances on this blighted world, which can be where the whole blue skin thing comes in. Moreover, a trio of his fallen comrades have gotten their personalities encoded on to microchips fitted directly into his helmet, gun and also backpack. Let us step nicely apart from the grim nominative determinism of those men being called Helm, Gunnar and Bagman prior to their own death and electronic resurrection as several men’s accessories.
In fact, this means they are able to do awesome things such as build ammo away from salvage, turn out to be auto-firing turrets and also whatnot. Absolutely nothing particularly mould-breaking for any third-person shooter, however that’s yet genre-traditional gimmick, anyhow. Almost all told, there are a lot of sneaking, a lot of cover-shooting and a large amount of head-popping throughout a setting which is essentially post-apocalyptic World War II.

A classic comes back along with HIGH DEFINITION graphics, remodeled assets, powerful illumination, improved geometry, fresh special effects and much more. New features include modern controls, additional difficulty configurations and an overhauled cover system.

This provides you with an excellent possibility to take out opponents who have you surrounded or even can offer a few assistance once you have snipers watching from above. In certain quests, specially the earlier ones, you do not need to do any on this running around and blasting things works completely fine. There is a full satisfaction along the way, though; performing perfect kills or even using all your tricks to pull off a very effective feint seems wonderful.


If you want to buy the game in US you can generally  buy it from this link
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If you would like to download the game to try it first before purchasing you can always go here for US: