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Probably one of the most entertaining Early Access games around, Streets of Rogue [Steam] is now even better with Alpha 47 adding in more disasters.

What are disasters? When you start a level the game might pick a event, like Zombies running around, everyone rioting and so on. This latest update adds in a few more like a dangerous ooze spreading through the level, two sides being at war, all doors being locked, having a bounty on your head and so on.

I took a quick look again in this new video:

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I only realized it recently, that you can actually unlock later levels to start on once you've completed each section a number of times. If you go to your Home Base, the level select NPC will tell you what you need to do—handy!

Find it on Steam, thoroughly recommended for a good time, even better with friends.

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Geppeto35 23 Mar, 2018
very fun game, finished with my son of 13. Nice discovery of those last 3-months thank to GOL ^^


Last edited by Geppeto35 on 23 March 2018 at 1:18 pm UTC
Jollt 24 Mar, 2018
I'm having a problem using Xbox360 config on a China controller With Steam Big Picture, games like Serious Sam Fusion works fine with default Steam controller config being emulated, but Streets of Rogue and others don't, anyone knows why?
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