Redeemer: Enhanced Edition for Xbox One
Xbox One

Redeemer: Enhanced Edition

Jul 19, 2019New
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Developer: Sobaka
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Play as Vasily, an elite operative who once worked for one of the biggest arms industry corporations in the world. Officially working in security, you were tasked with infiltration, assassination, extortion and even torture. When eventually the corporation decided to get rid of you, you manage to narrowly escape to a secluded monastery deep in the snowy mountains.

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Critic Reviews

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Richard SeagraveJul 19, 2019
There’s no doubt about it – Redeemer: Enhanced Edition is indeed an improvement over the original game. It is still ultimately a victim to repetition though. As good as the new levelling and perk system is, it’s not transformative; it just keeps the tedium at bay for an extra handful of levels. But if you want to play a game that’s combat heavy, where you can quickly kill enemies with your fists before switching to a firearm in the blink of an eye, it’s well worth checking out.
Alex Santa MariaJul 27, 2019
Nothing from the weird upgrade change to the technical glitches stops Redeemer from being enjoyable. It’s a solid brawler that hits hard and delivers a fun action movie good time for a few hours. However, that admittedly standard gameplay doesn’t make up for all the problems, and nothing from this equation makes it worth a $30 asking price. If you have a PC, you might just want to dig out the $15 original and enjoy Vasily’s full arsenal of deadly movies for the entire campaign.
Nathan GibsonJul 19, 2019
Redeemer is a deeply flawed game that manages to provide moments of fun but too often feels frustrating and under-developed.

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