- New RPG shooter game, RoboCop: Rogue City, available on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.
- Game set between RoboCop 2 and 3, provides ample characters and backstory.
- RoboCop: Rogue City can be purchased from Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop.
- Gameplay involves resolving hostage situations, identifying new criminals, and uncovering secrets.
- Original RoboCop actor, Peter Weller, returns for voice acting.
RoboCop: Rogue City, A New Era of RPG Shooting Games
A snapshot captures a battle-worn RoboCop in an image that tells a thousand words. The latest game, RoboCop: Rogue City, is now available on Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.
For a long time, video games, especially shooters, have been speeding up. RoboCop: Rogue City challenges this trend, putting you in the role of the heavy, slow-moving RoboCop. The real surprise is not the fun of being a slow-moving juggernaut, but the amount of care and thought put into creating this RPG shooter. It's a game that sometimes forgets the original movie was a satire, but that doesn't hinder the overall experience.
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For those interested in timelines and lore, RoboCop: Rogue City is set after RoboCop 2 but before RoboCop 3. This means that Anne Lewis, RoboCop’s wonderful partner, is still around. Omni Consumer Products (OCP), the evil corporation that created RoboCop, hasn't been bought by Kanemitsu Corporation yet. This time frame offers a perfect setting for a game, with ample characters and backstory for a side adventure. Plus, the movie's universe hasn't turned into a complete farce yet.
Buy RoboCop: Rogue City
You can purchase RoboCop: Rogue City from Amazon, Best Buy, or GameStop.
In the early stages of the game, RoboCop is tasked with resolving a hostage situation in a large corporate news building. The gang causing the chaos is trying to grab the attention of the “New Guy” in town, a wealthy and influential criminal. After freeing the hostages, RoboCop experiences a hallucination and malfunctions due to one hostage resembling his wife. OCP sends over an executive, Max Becker, to install a monitoring chip inside RoboCop and supervise his actions.
The rest of the game involves RoboCop trying to identify this “New Guy”, his plans, uncover OCP's secrets, and understand why he keeps malfunctioning.
Despite some characters feeling more like props than humans, the narrative has enough twists and turns to keep you invested. A talented voice acting team brings the main characters to life, making you cheer for the heroes and celebrate the villain's downfall.
Peter Weller, the original RoboCop, returns and does a commendable job recreating the iconic character's tone. His likeness is also used in the game, bringing back the perfect lips under RoboCop's visor.
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