Redout: Space Assault
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Content Rating: Teen
Redout: Space Assault puts you in control of a Super Orbital Recon Fighter during the Colonization: outsmart, outmanoeuvre, overpower, outclass your opponents in lightning-fast, adrenaline-inducing singleplayer and multiplayer space combat.
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Most players will probably blast through Redout: Space Assault in just a few hours. It’s a game that doesn’t try to do anything special, but it provides enough entertainment, particularly if you enjoy some arcade-style space-shooting action. And for less than a tenner, that’s fair enough.
I’ll be honest and say that Redout: Space Assault disappointed me. For a game that was clearly inspired by Star Fox, I was saddened to find that it was devoid of the charm that made those games so great. Some of the gameplay mechanics feel polished, like the ship’s handling, but the insane camera issues and unannounced gameplay type swaps can make some sections maddening to play.
Redout Space Assault feels like two games; an enjoyable arcade shooter on rails, and a free-movement space-sim with no exploration. Glitches, unbalanced difficulty, and a lack of any worthwhile story weigh down what could have been much better.