RoboCop: Rogue City is right around the corner, and critics’ reviews are finally coming in.
The game based on the beloved 80’s franchise has had its review embargo lifted, and many reviewer’s thoughts are finally here. Those curious about the game can be assured that many are enjoying the game. Here is everything critics are saying about RoboCop: Rogue City, including our own review.
Yes, RoboCop: Rogue City is a mostly good game, according to critics. Reviews claim it is a fun FPS, as well as a good tribute to the series. Many are also praising its story and the return of Peter Weller as the voice of RoboCop. Additionally, many reviewers are pleased with the gunplay that the game offers, as well as the unique mechanics, such as investigating crimes.
The game, however, does have its faults. Critics find it has lackluster mission design, glitchy or faulty AI behavior, and uneven difficulty spikes dampen the gameplay experience. Overall, many like what the game brings, and many players, especially RoboCop fans, will surely enjoy it.
Our own 7 out of 10 review had this to say about the game:
RoboCop: Rogue City is a a strong single-player title that will likely interest not just the fans of RoboCop, but even those looking to try their hands at becoming a cyborg cop.
RoboCop: Rogue City is in early access for Alex Murphy Edition owners, with the game fully released on November 2, 2023. Those interested in the game, including our review and guides on it, can check out our Game Guide Hub here.