‘Star Renegades’ Review: We Live, We Die, We Repeat. We Have Some Fun Along the Way – Black Nerd Problems

ICYMI: I reviewed Star Renegades, the tactical rouge-lite RPG that beats you into the ground and asks your alternate universe doppelganger to avenge your lifeless corpse, repeating the process over and over again. It’s some good fun. Read my full review on Black Nerd Problems.

Publisher: Raw Fury / Developer: Massive Damage / Platform: PC / Release Date: September 8, 2020

There’s something so satisfying about a good gameplay loop that almost nothing else matters. It’s a trait that is almost required of traditional turned based RPGs and rogue-lites. When you put the two together then it’s essential that you nail that loop down, because it’s just about the only thing your player will be doing for 75 percent of the game. 

Star Renegades, the new game from developer Massive Damage and publisher Raw Fury, not only masters that loop but makes it feel like almost everything else in the game is inconsequential. That’s not a bad thing. Sure, there are some flaws but this tactical rouge-lite RPG’s gameplay is so addictive and fun that it blinds you to whatever shortcomings it may have.

Read Full Review: ‘STAR RENEGADES’ REVIEW: WE LIVE, WE DIE, WE REPEAT. WE HAVE SOME FUN ALONG THE WAY – BLACK NERD PROBLEMS

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