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5.9

Mixed or average reviews- based on 22 Ratings

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  1. Positive: 11 out of 22
  2. Negative: 8 out of 22

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  1. Jan 30, 2018
    6
    Pufff, this game has good aesthetics, good music and good dubbing. The mechanics aren't well polished but fun, and you will enjoy more playing it with a game motion. You can play the main history, well the missions you can play without paying anything, as Raiders (the good guys) or as Antagonist (the bad guy), everyone with different powers, guns and pros and cons (strong and weak points),Pufff, this game has good aesthetics, good music and good dubbing. The mechanics aren't well polished but fun, and you will enjoy more playing it with a game motion. You can play the main history, well the missions you can play without paying anything, as Raiders (the good guys) or as Antagonist (the bad guy), everyone with different powers, guns and pros and cons (strong and weak points), they are very balanced and enjoyable with different personalities. It has an enormous potential and i love to see a 3rd person shooter innovating with their mechanics. And don't be fooled, the game itself isn't MOBA nor strategy is purely 3rd person shooter with objectives, pretty fun i have to say and if you play with friends even more fun and it shows something of strategy but that's all.
    But, and it's a big one, the most problematic issue in this game is the inner economics. It's good to see a game they could sell for a full price being free to play and even so you can unlock everything with the money in game. The problem is the huge money they want you to spend to have them. If you have friends to play with and the full campaign, not only the first mission and another random one (it changes per week), you could do it and enjoying while you have the enough money to buy new missions, skins or characters. They only offer one and another one random and it gets quite stressful and repetitive to get the 100 000 credits to pay for a period of time, not unlocked forever just a rental, one mission you can choose.
    Overall, the game has a lot of potential if they balance the economics, let everyone to spend a reasonable amount of money (not almost 40€/$ per character) for everything in the game while the players who don't want to spend anything can unlock everything with its credits, solve minor issues and not to be repetitive put multiplayer or another mode it seems like destiny without RPG nor multiplayer (but with a good story as long as i played the free missions). I wanted to say this is a really good game but its not so bad as another reviews say and it is a good time as long as you spend 10€/$ per campaign (with a lot of missions, almost 20 per campaign). A pity but i have faith on this project. If they change this problems i would be the first one playing it.
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54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 5 Critic Reviews

Critic score distribution:
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 5
  1. CD-Action
    Dec 19, 2017
    55
    RofBP offers a fresh take on 4v1 matches and interesting melee combat and stress mechanics, but due to the risky model of development and distribution the game’s content is very scant. I do encourage you to try the free portion of the game though. [12/2017, p.60]
  2. Dec 5, 2017
    70
    Despite the most classic dictates of the genre, it manages to offer the player a very interesting and inspired narration, full of funny and well-characterized characters, and that places at the center of all the evocative millenary history of the destroyed planet.
  3. Oct 23, 2017
    40
    Don’t bother unless you enjoy playing the same mission over and over again with no guarantee of any sort of pay off. The (very) few good things this game has going for it are completely dwarfed by the poorly implemented or flat out reprehensible systems that the entire experience hinges on.