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Home Gaming Review: Redout: Space Assault - A Bargain-Bin Star Fox With Spectacular Visuals

Review: Redout: Space Assault – A Bargain-Bin Star Fox With Spectacular Visuals

In space, no one can hear you scream.

A couple of years ago, the Switch played host to Redout: Lightspeed Edition, a flawed futuristic racer that nonetheless turned out to be a pretty good experience all around. It was the sort of thing that established a great foundation to be built upon, and we were sure that a sequel – if one was coming – would doubtless improve upon its predecessor.

Now, developer 34BigThings has put out that sequel, and it is a fascinating diversion from its predecessor. Redout: Space Assault still retains the futuristic vibes and advanced machinery, but here it’s couched in the rail-shooting genre, a la Star Fox. Broadly speaking, it’s a gorgeous and enjoyable experience, but issues with shallow gameplay hold it back from becoming something truly great.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

In space, no one can hear you scream.

A couple of years ago, the Switch played host to Redout: Lightspeed Edition, a flawed futuristic racer that nonetheless turned out to be a pretty good experience all around. It was the sort of thing that established a great foundation to be built upon, and we were sure that a sequel – if one was coming – would doubtless improve upon its predecessor.

Now, developer 34BigThings has put out that sequel, and it is a fascinating diversion from its predecessor. Redout: Space Assault still retains the futuristic vibes and advanced machinery, but here it’s couched in the rail-shooting genre, a la Star Fox. Broadly speaking, it’s a gorgeous and enjoyable experience, but issues with shallow gameplay hold it back from becoming something truly great.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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