Streets of Rogue for Nintendo Switch
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Streets of Rogue

Jul 12, 2019New
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Developer: Matt Dabrowski
Content Rating: Everyone10+

Summary

Fight, sneak, and hack your way through randomly generated cities. It's like Nuclear Throne meets Deus Ex, mixed with the anarchy of GTA. Rogue-lite meets immersive sim, and goes completely insane.

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Dom Reseigh-LincolnJul 15, 2019
Streets of Rogue isn't the cheapest of rogue-lites available on the eShop, but years of developmental evolution in Early Access have resulted in the final product making it to Nintendo Switch, and while we do feel the asking price is a tad high, the amount of content you get far surpasses what you're probably expecting. RPGs are at their best when they give you a world where you can be anyone and do anything - Skyrim has built its legacy on that very concept - so if you want to be a werewolf, or a scientist, or a bartender, then this is the game for you.
Evan NorrisJul 18, 2019
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order is like a B-movie. You know that it isn't the best in areas, but you still enjoy it with all your heart. The characters are well crafted, which makes the game such a joy. The environments, voices, and the general feel is strong. Obviously, the camera issues and endless corridors can drag down moments of the fun, but the action keeps everything flowing and enjoyable. The action never stops, which is the ultimate strength of the title.
Mike HolmesJul 15, 2019
There are more than enough positives to recommend Streets of Rogue to people who like these kinds of games, and there's plenty of one-more-try appeal. Our main disappointment, when it's all said and done, is that our hopes went through the roof when we first heard the game's crowd-pleasing premise, and the final product didn't quite live up our lofty, perhaps unrealistic expectations.

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