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Rogue Trooper

1 year ago

Duncan Jones is making a Rogue Trooper movie

Here's a surprisingly fine thing on an otherwise somewhat bleak Sunday: Duncan Jones (director of Moon) is making a Rogue Trooper movie. What's a rogue trooper, you ask? I mean, it's all in the name. He's gone rogue. He's a trooper. He's blue and all of his dead friends live inside of his equipment and he does battle on a ravaged planet called Nu-Earth where…

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2 years ago

Rogue Trooper Redux blasts out on October 17th

Rebellion today announced that Rogue Trooper Redux [official site], the fancied-up re-release of their perfectly good 7/10 cover shooter, will launch on October 17th. The original still runs on modern system -- and looks pretty good at a 1800p resolution -- but sure, it'll be nice to see the game spruced up a little. Accompanying today's news is a new trailer showing comparisons between the…

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Rogue Trooper Redux shows off Nu-Rogue

A new trailer gives a teeny look at Rogue Trooper Redux [official site], the upcoming revamp of Rebellion's perfectly good 7/10 action game from 2006. Unlike 2000 AD's attempts to revamp the comic strip this game is based on, the Redux's plans are fairly modest. It's like Rogue Trooper but prettier and hopefully slightly less clunky - but only slightly less so. I don't even…

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3 years ago

Rogue Trooper, world’s finest 7/10 game, gets a remaster

Huh. Big day for blue people. I've long wished that venerable Britcomic (and home of Joe Dredd) 2000 AD would take another shot at sticking its best characters into videogames, and I say so no merely from wishful thinking, but also because they did it rather well the last time they tried in earnest. Rogue Trooper was a Good 7/10 third-person action game developed by…

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Rebellion to open licensing for 2000 AD, including Dredd

2000 AD, home of Judge Dredd, Strontium Dog and Flesh, is opening up its characters for licensing opportunities. Acknowledging that they can't create games based on all of the characters and setting, 2000 AD owners Rebellion stated on Saturday that they hope to license out the properties, including Dredd and related characters. Rebellion are now best known for the Sniper Elite series but have owned…

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