a definitive homage to Rogue trooper of 2000A.D. fame ...fantastic
J. Spennewyn "boxer lady", amazon.co.uk
25 March 2013
Summary: I still pop this game on my 360 console & am blown away by it's exceptional quality in terms of storyline, fluidity of graphics & gameplay. Simple & lot's of fun. These days it's essentially a collectors item for die hard 2000AD readers from where the Rogue character originates, & boy have the developers done a terrific job! Old now, but it is so well observed, i'm essentially in geek heaven.
Summary: Got this back in the day, being a huge fan of the comics. It was one of the first games that made stealth enjoyable to me and I got a real thrill from how brilliantly it captured the character and the world of Nu-Earth. Replaying it now it still holds up brilliantly and that thrill is still there. A great game, and a real classic.
Summary: This is a great game. My expectations were quite low, having suffered through the frustrating (though good to look at, and with some good ideas) Dredd game from a couple of years ago, but in every respect, Rogue Trooper is as good a game as you will find for the X-Box, at least in my dilettantish experience. Nu-Earth is brought to life with charm and wit. The Nort voices are fantastic. The way the GI chips are integral to the gameplay is very pleasing indeed.
Summary: I usually don't play third person action games as I hate the way the camera can suddenly lose contact with reality ( usuallyin the middle of a firefight).However I was really impressed with not only this but the handling of the game in general.I had read the stories as a kid so was familiar with the concepts and was pleased to see Rebellion had incorporated Tthe G.I.
Summary: I've loved the Rogue Trooper comics since I was a kid, here I am knocking on thirty and I finally get a chance to actually romp around Nu Earth fragging Norts. Although there is little new here from an FPS point of view there are a few little tricks. Being able to lay traps and such with your equipment gives the game options, there is always more than one way to achieve your objective.