Carving out a place among the glut of third-person shooting games can be a tough task, as the well-intentioned but entirely average Rogue Trooper proves. A combination of straight-forward shooting, stale sci-fi nonsense, and some clever use of gadgets and gear, Rogue Troopermanages to provide a few hours of gaming goodnessdespite somemediocre ingredients.
Weapon variety and gimmicky gadgets
Tank shots and sticky grenades
Stealth kill-sequence cinemas
Half-baked space opera storyline
Ultra linear levels
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|Description||The 2000AD sci-fi comic book series gets a third-person-shooter makeover, with enjoyable but altogether average results.|
|US censor rating||"Teen","Teen","Teen"|
|UK censor rating||"","",""|
|Release date||1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)|
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