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Pet Project Games, 3D Realms
Oct 24, 2023 - PC
Attack of the Fanboy
3 / 5
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80 / 100
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Skewed & Reviewed
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RIPOUT - Early Access Launch Trailer

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RIPOUT - No Safe Place in Space Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Ripout

Overall, Ripout is a decent experience for its price, but only if you're on board with everything it's trying to accomplish.

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RIPOUT does a lot of things quite well. The creepy horror atmosphere, the smooth FPS gameplay, Co-Op design, and PetGun all make for a game worth playing. However, the repetitive mission structure and maps make it a game worth playing only for short periods of time. The Co-Op focus allows for a ton of fun with friends, but the aforementioned structure halts the fun after an hour or so. For their first game, Pet Project Games, in what is clearly THEIR pet project, have a lot to be proud of. All things considered, if you are looking for an affordable horror FPS akin to Deep Rock Galactic, you could do much worse than RIPOUT.

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RIPOUT lures you in with a great story and concept right from the start, but the execution needs some work. The Pet Gun is a brilliant change to the typical action genre, and it adds a lot more quality; with a little more polish and extra detail, it has the potential to become a game that can go quite far. If you can look past some of the flaws, there’s definitely a mountain of fun to be had and some chaos to cause.

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The atmosphere and care given to RIPOUT make it a really likable title. The gunplay is great, options are viable, and a linear progression rate with unique ways of playing through the story will give a lot of replay value too. Not to mention, the coop mode is worthy of checking, too.

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Ripout is a must-play for fans of the genre and those looking for something new and challenging.

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