Streets of Rogue Reviews

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PC Gamer
Top Critic
84 / 100
Aug 3, 2019

A flexible roguelike with more than enough playstyles to keep you coming back.

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Unscored
Jul 26, 2019

Special items come rapidly, through many different means. I am gifted a boombox early in the game that I can turn on to force my enemies to groove to the tunes. Each item offers genuine strategic options while maintaining the general sense of goofiness and surprise.

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Unscored
Jul 19, 2019

If you want a tiny, varied Deus Ex that will make you laugh, this is it.

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8 / 10
Aug 30, 2019

Streets of Rogue brings a roguelike, procedural generated experience to a game with RPG and beat'em up elements. With its insane amount of action and degree of freedom, Streets of Rogue's play mechanics and multiplayer component make this a very enjoyable and undoubtedly recommended piece of work, and not just to fans of roguelike games.

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Generación Xbox
Top Critic
8.8 / 10.0
Jul 13, 2019

Streets of Rogue is crazy fun in it's purest form. And 8 bits rogue like that provide almost infinite possibilities to overcome the numerous challenges, or simply unleash the chaos wherever you go. It's humorous tone will made you laugh most of the time.

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8 / 10
Jul 15, 2019

Streets of Rogue isn't the cheapest of rogue-lites available on the eShop, but years of developmental evolution in Early Access have resulted in the final product making it to Nintendo Switch, and while we do feel the asking price is a tad high, the amount of content you get far surpasses what you're probably expecting. RPGs are at their best when they give you a world where you can be anyone and do anything - Skyrim has built its legacy on that very concept - so if you want to be a werewolf, or a scientist, or a bartender, then this is the game for you.

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8.5 / 10.0
Jul 26, 2019

Thanks to its long early access period, Streets of Rogue achieves what a good Rogue-lite should; An addictive experience that takes hold of you while presenting itself with new and varied content on each turn of play. If you love this genre, this is a must have. For others? If you enjoy freedom of choices and approaches and pixelated graphics, Streets of Rogue can be both enjoyable and an introduction to the world of Rogue-lites

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8 / 10.0
Aug 3, 2019

You'll play Streets of Rogue for hundreds of hours and you won't get bored, because each character offers a deep and varied gameplay. A new gem for roguelike fans.

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8 / 10.0
Jul 18, 2019

Streets of Rogue is an odd yet hugely entertaining outing, one that rewards the time you put into it and never says no to even your most ridiculous ideas. It’s far more than the sum of its inspirations and even if you find permadeath an obstacle, there’s so much to love about this deceptively complex gem.

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7.5 / 10.0
Jul 24, 2019

If you like rogue-lite top-down RPG shooters, then Streets of Rogue is one the most chaotic and fun games in this genre. Maybe there are better games in this genre to play, but Streets of Rogue with various characters, interesting quests and chaotic fun gameplay, absolutely worths your time and money too and brings you some entertaining hours, specially if you play co-op. Streets of Rogue is a valuable game that actualy has some elements from almost all genres in it!

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Jul 14, 2019

Gameplay-wise, Streets of Rogue is one of the most open-ended games that I've ever played and mastering it super-rewarding.

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7.6 / 10.0
Oct 25, 2019

Streets of Rogue is a tiny, massive roguelite game. It features random levels, random tasks, random loot, but you can influence the world with selected skills and characters. It's a good game and even though simple, mastering it will take long hours.

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10 / 10.0
Jul 1, 2020

How many games allow you to assassinate people as a Ninja, throw toilets at people as a Wrestler, and chloroform people as a Doctor in the same game? Just one, and it does so in complete expert fashion. At full price, the game is just $20, which is an absolute steal.

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85 / 100
Feb 13, 2020

We are facing a jewel of the indie scene that will allow the player to create chaos and destruction throughout the levels that he completes, or to go completely unnoticed without anyone noticing his presence. 24 different characters, each with its own characteristics, in a roguelite that will delight lovers of the genre.

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7 / 10.0
Aug 15, 2019

Streets of Rogue is a great roguelike/roguelite game with challenging AI and lots of player agency.

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70%
Sep 3, 2019

Streets of Rogue is an enjoyable rogue-lite offering a new experience every time you play. Will you hack the electrics to turn off security cameras or knock on the door and go in guns blazing, there’s a play style suited to everyone. It has lots of nonsense too from taking a pill to make you a giant right through to grabbing a toilet and throwing it all over someone to poison them.

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3.8 / 5.0
Jul 27, 2019

There is a lot of fun to be had in the game and you could easily suck 100+ hours out of it if you really wanted to explore and unlock everything, in all likelihood most people won’t stay with it for that long but regardless what time you do spend with it will likely be enjoyable.

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7 / 10
Jul 17, 2019

Streets of Rogue combines the experimental elements of Deus Ex with random world generation and permadeath to create a winning top-down rogue-lite.

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9 / 10.0
Jul 15, 2019

Streets of Rogue has the heart and complexity rivaling any major release, even without a story to back it up. If you've got the hard drive space, there's no reason not to pick it up immediately.

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Jul 18, 2019

Characters can be possessed, frozen/shattered, and even bribed. If you're not able to accomplish something on your own, you can always just hire or trick someone. This underlying complexity is a double-edged sword, however, and it's not uncommon to lose an hour-long playthrough to someone who turned against you for reasons that aren't immediately obvious, at which point your run's progress is deleted.

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