This is a fun, fresh take on classic JRPG tropes and modern roguelike design, but it's in danger of running out of steam too quickly.
The scattershot influences of Star Renegades make for a complex and engaging experience that often seems to be barely holding it all together.
Gorgeous pixel art, a massively deep combat system, and the pure elation that can only be earned from vanquishing nigh-unstoppable foes makes for a solid package of fun in Star Renegades.
An addictive loop, well thought out systems and wide variety of classes make Star Renegades worth a shot for any rogue-lite fans.
Star Renegades is an impressive game that is easy to start and will keep you playing with its strategic depth.
A great looking '2DX' pixel art roguelike, though it feels a little thin.
Star Renegades is a chaotically beautiful title that doesn't pull any punches with difficulty, yet keeps you coming back for more.
Star Renegades had me enamored from the opening cutscene and sunk its claws deep with its tactically-sound combat, incredible aesthetic, pulse-pounding soundtrack, great story elements, and superb writing. I wish that its meta progression elements were more significant and that it didn't insist on being yet another rogue-lite, but I still felt compelled - even after some really sour defeats - to come back and fight the good fight against the Imperium.
Star Renegades takes a familiar genre and story but alters them dramatically with unique combat systems.
Star Renegades Is a refreshing Sci-Fi RPG with a tactical battle system, fun dialogue, and overall modernistic-retro feel. I whole heartily recommend you pick up this game if you are a fan of the genre.