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Ratalaika Games, Bipolar Dawn
Aug 4, 2020 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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Critic Reviews for RogueCube

Despite the usual tropes of twin-stick shooters, RogueCube is a brief but neat little distraction with a fun weapon selection mechanic that's best played with a group of friends.

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RogueCube is a cheap, fun, coffee game. The games are quick and a lot of fun. I don’t quite know why but I really dug the cube like design. Simple yet effective. The glaring issue being that it is far too similar to other games in the genre that you may already have on your Switch. If your new to the genre though, RogueCube is a good way to test the water at a low price.

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RogueCube provided some fun moments, a good selection of levels and frantic action.

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RogueCube does not innovate, it has no personality whatsoever and it is somewhat crude to play. But even so it works well and you spend a while entertaining with it, but little more can be said about it, there are much better similar proposals out there.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

In general, RogueCube is an interesting experience, mainly because it is a production that admits the normality of its essence and recognizes its context. Remember: we are talking about a low-cost game about cubes, which features usual gameplay, common scenarios and no story. Even limited, like a cube, this shooter is a good option for uncompromised sessions.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

You know what genre I can't ever get quite enough of? Roguelike shooters, at least when they're as rock solid as many we've had the great fortune to enjoy on the Switch...

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