RoboCop: Rogue City Currently Has 92% Positive Reviews On Steam

Despite getting mixed reviews from critics, RoboCop: Rogue City has gotten 92% positive reviews on Steam. The game's player count also peaked at 4,971 players.

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Gamingsince198112d ago

It's a pretty good game of course it will have good reviews on steam 🙃

isarai12d ago

It's simply a fun game, hope they add a ng+ soon

jznrpg12d ago

I’ll get it sooner than later. Looks really good just need to get though a couple more games before I buy it

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Elda12d ago

I played a few hours this past weekend.

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The Epic Game Store Has Two Freebies This Week

The Epic Game Store has two free titles they are giving away this week.

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Minute Man 7211d 16h ago

Got them both to play with my kids


Indie Game of the Month Awards November 2023

“Although the year is winding down, there have still been a lot of great indie games so let's celebrate 12 of the best from November.” - A.J. Maciejewski from Video Chums.

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Atari's re-focus on retro

Atari has been considered a retro brand for decades now, but it hasn't always leaned into that designation. CEO Wade Rosen explains how the company's recent investments and acquisitions fit into the bigger picture.

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darthv722d ago

wow... had no idea they were getting that deep into acquisitions. Hopefully they crank out more new ideas on some old classics.

Snookies122d ago (Edited 2d ago )

Still remember my old 14" TV with the Atari sticker I had on it, haha... The sticker came with Unreal Tournament 2004 and I just had to slap that bad boy on my enormous beast of a display.

I would like to see Atari getting back into the gaming scene though. We could use some old blood stepping back into the ring these days.

QuantumMechanic1d 21h ago

But this "Atari" is just a holdings company that bought the Atari name many years ago. They have no relation to the original company.

darthv721d 21h ago

the Atari of old is long gone. This new Atari is looking to resurrect the image while also embracing modern / retro vibes.