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  • Summary: Sublevel Zero is a six-degree-of-freedom roguelite shooter in a universe where reality is falling apart. Jump into the cockpit of a lone gunship searching for ancient technology and answers in a procedurally generated underground labyrinth. Fight through an intense single-player campaignSublevel Zero is a six-degree-of-freedom roguelite shooter in a universe where reality is falling apart. Jump into the cockpit of a lone gunship searching for ancient technology and answers in a procedurally generated underground labyrinth. Fight through an intense single-player campaign which has been remastered and includes extra content and features. Expand
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  1. Mar 17, 2017
    80
    Sublevel Zero Redux is one of the standout shooters in the indie scene. Fusing "six degrees of freedom" shooting with permadeath, procedural generation, and crafting makes for a tense and unpredictable adventure each time you play. The rogue-like elements are enhanced by the tension of a traditional corridor first-person shooter, though it might feel a little simplistic to genre veterans. Some odd design decisions are a little frustrating, especially when they conspire against you in the game's more intense moments. If you can see past the game's hiccups, you will find a compelling and unusual experience that teases you into one last try with every Game Over.
  2. Mar 6, 2017
    78
    A more than welcome return to the classic 6 degrees of movement FPS, with great levels variety and a challenging roguelike structure. What keeps it from really shining is a too repetitive gameplay, with enemies and bosses always requiring the same combat routines.
  3. Mar 21, 2017
    78
    If you were a fan of Forsaken or Descent from back in the day, Sublevel Zero Redux is a no brainer, as it plays great once you learn it, looks fresh, and sounds great. Sure, it has some hiccups, but if you didn’t grow up in that era or are new to this type of genre, it’s a decent game to jump in with, as long as you know it will take some dedicated practice to learn how to fly how you want to without having to think about it.
  4. Mar 6, 2017
    68
    We are a space explorer who is dragged through a dimensional hole. From that moment his mission changes. If you wanted to cool and original shoot'em up this is your game; As long as its retro look and its short duration is not a problem.
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