Join us in taking Black Forest Games’ latest effort, Rogue Stormers, into a dirty disco toilet cubicle for a quick one.
Any lingering concerns?
As we mentioned earlier, the game can be quite tough, which will inevitably lead some to grow frustrated. Others might be put off by the blend of platforming, shooting and RPGin’ if they aren’t a particular fan of any one of those elements.
With that in mind, does it come recommended?
Recommended with a heartily emboldened R; we’ll be blasting those air balloon buggers for many more hours yet, likely in local multiplayer, which has proven to be particularly popular in our Hertfordshire based office (read: Rob’s house). Rogue Stormers is great fun for a quick blast, a marathon session, with local chums, on your own, or online.
If it sounds like your bag, you can pick Rogue Stormers up for £15.99 (£19.99 with Giana Sisters bundled in on Xbox One), which is a price point undoubtedly worth its salt when considering the longevity on offer.