So what's there to do once your two hours are up and the credits roll? Well, you could check out Rogue Warrior's stripped suite of multiplayer options, which let up to eight players shoot each other up in deathmatch or team deathmatch. But that's it. There are no other modes, no persistent rewards (unless you count the all-but-empty online leaderboards), no classes, no customizable loadouts--and no fun.
There's nothing to draw you back in, making Rogue Warrior a waste of time and money. If for any reason you still feel compelled to check it out, consider this: Dick's atrocious lines were mixed into a rap that plays during the end credits. It's a summary of everything that makes Rogue Warrior so excruciating to play, condensed into a three-minute song.