Top Critic Average
It goes without saying that there is a lot of replay value in Immortal Redneck. With so many upgrades, characters to buy and three challenging pyramids, it will likely pay for itself (per hours played) before you ever reach the credits.
As you unlock new characters, bolster your stats and become more knowledgeable about the game, you know victory will one day come, and that makes your desire to keep at it even stronger. Immortal Redneck is perhaps the best roguelike I've ever played because of that fact
It may not immediately strike as a must-play title, but Immortal Redneck shouldn’t be overlooked. With tons of replayability, tense fast-paced gameplay, fluid controls and enjoyable combat, this is a game that will offer great gameplay for hours on end.
Immortal Redneck is for the roguelike FPS genre what Spelunky is for platformers – a well-polished game that understands its unusual genre.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Immortal Redneck isn't especially thought-provoking, but it's a fiercely entertaining shooter complete with magic, mythology and a great sense of humour.
Learning from games both old and new, Immortal Redneck is a gameplay focused old school shooter at heart. Once you get up to speed, you'll have a tough time putting this excellent game down.
Featuring fast, varied and fun combat, Immortal Redneck stands out as a must-have game for roguelite style lovers. Although it does not stand out in areas other than gameplay, this is not a negative point for a game that knows exactly where to focus its efforts and attract its audience.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
There are very few things wrong with Immortal Redneck. With all of the different enemies, guns, characters, and levels to try, it will be hard to put this game down.
We are talking about a very simple game that offers a significant amount of levels and entertainment for many hours. It has a very high replayability factor, but can end up being repetitive after long play sessions.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Immortal Redneck's loop is dead simple: play some, upgrade, play more, buy the item that lets you skip past the mid-boss, play some, upgrade, then confront the final boss. But you know what -- it's a blast, and I never really thought of any of the above as work. While the roguelike setup will no doubt scare some people off (you do you, reader), anyone looking to temporarily transport themselves back through the ages of FPS-dom without making concessions should give it a chance.