Sublevel Zero Redux for PlayStation 4
PS4

Sublevel Zero Redux

Mar 7, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Sigtrap Games
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Sublevel Zero - Redux is a first-person roguelike six-degree-of-freedom shooter set in a universe where reality is falling apart. Take control of a lone gunship pilot whose mission is to loot and craft ancient technology. Descend into a vast underground facility, fighting through procedurally generated zero gravity environments to recover the technology you and your clan need to survive.

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Critic Reviews

5 Reviews
7.38
Aaron PotterMar 05, 2017
Sublevel Zero Redux is the type of gaming experience where you’ll only get out of it as much as you put in, meaning that some players will be left relatively unfulfilled with its rather plain visuals. If you give Sublevel Zero Redux the time it deserves however, you won’t be able to help falling in love with its approach to upgrades and consistent unrelenting challenge. Tamed the beast I eventually did, and I had a pretty good roguelike shooting experience because of it.
Rory WoodMar 12, 2017
If you have some nostalgia for classics like Forsaken or Descent you’re going find a lot to enjoy here in Sublevel Zero Redux and if you’re new to this type of gameplay experience, well, this is a great place to jump in too. Pleasing on the eyes and ears and featuring smooth gameplay that deftly balances relaxing exploration and intense combat, Sublevel Zero Redux will keep you up late at night as you continuously say to yourself… “Just one more try”.
Christopher CokeMar 01, 2017
What I can say consoles needed a 6DOF shooter a Sublevel Zero fills that void nicely. Its RPG and rogue-like elements elicit the addictive anticipation of one more run and, before you know it, you’re off again. The downsides of random generation aren’t unique to Sublevel Zero, but are disappointing nonetheless. The long-game isn’t quite there, and a few extra how-tos would be most welcome, but the mechanics of blasting your way through its robot infested halls are a lot of fun to master.

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