Star Renegade I’ve been using the Xbox Game Pass on my PC for quite some time now, and the game is finally here on the Xbox console. A staple of Japanese RPG combat, this game stays focused on execution by sticking firmly to combat, but provides enough substance to deploy a deep combat system in a vibrant RPG world. I will.
Star Renegade is very similar to the good one Battle Chasers: Night War Released on Xbox One in 2015. Similarly, the game focuses on clean, streamlined adventures that allow players to dive directly into a superior combat system. There are elements of exploration, loot collection, and NPCs, which are presented in a clean and efficient way.
Star Renegade combat is the bread and butter of the entire experience, which is an advantage of the game given how great the flow of the combat system is. On paper, it’s a relatively simple turn-based battle system based on last year’s JRPG, so for casual RPG fans, like the Battle Chasers mentioned above, it’s a great game to dive into. On the surface, it’s simple, but this menu-based combat system is much deeper than you can see.
Things work in a pre-determined turn cycle, but success in combat is a bit more variable here as it’s all about intercepting and timing these critical hits. In most RPGs, a critical hit is a roll of dice luck, but in Star Renegade, players can perform critical hits with greater precision and control. It really comes down to using the correct special move just before the enemy’s turn, and the timing of this needs to take into account where the player is in the turn cycle and also the time it takes to carry out the attack. It’s deep for those who are interested, but players who are trying to keep things simple on their own can approach it like any other RPG, but some of the later boss battles require a bit of strategy and a little bit. You need to know-about complexity.
Due to its focus on battle, Star Renegade builds the game’s progression around an all-star cast of boss battles, with presentations and details on Middle-earth’s boss battle structure, Shadow of Mordor (and Sequel). Players handle the minion hierarchy before facing the elusive “mother” who is the main enemy of the game.
The storyline of science fiction is very detailed and features many characters. Many participate in playable casts. The attention to detail given to the folklore and game world is impressive, but it can feel a bit overworked so that the plot isn’t taken seriously, incorporating too many sci-fi metaphors. Tends to be a little annoying. The worst name is the name, as the cast has some of the most ridiculously constructed names in science fiction works.
Aside from stupid-sounding names, the cast has very cool character design and artwork. This is especially true of how portraits are animated during conversation sequences. It’s also cool to have a light tabletop element in your experience, as you can use the collected cards to strengthen the bond between characters. This is a light social element and primarily leads to new special attacks in combat.
The visual expression is strong and tends to lean towards different shades of purple and pink to create a cool sci-fi aesthetic. Sprite graphics and animations are fluid and stunning, complemented by great particle effects and shaders, and look like a graphical powerhouse. A little trouble with the presentation is the soundtrack. The soundtrack may be enjoyed by some, but it sounds mostly like sci-fi elevator music. The music doesn’t really fit into the fierceness of the fight.
It’s been part of the Xbox PC lineup for quite some time, but with Star Renegade turned on Xbox The console is great. In most cases, this is a combat-focused RPG with an addictive combat system, a smooth pace, and a great neon presentation. If you’re a fan of Battle Chasers Night War, Star Renegade is the perfect game to fill that niche.
Star Renegades has been around for a long time on the Xbox Game Pass on PCs, but the game is finally here on the Xbox console. A staple of Japanese RPG combat, this game stays focused on execution by sticking to the combat, but provides enough substance to deploy a deep combat system in a vibrant RPG world. I will. Star Renegade is very similar to the excellent Battle Chasers Night War released on Xbox One in 2015. Similarly, the game focuses on clean, streamlined adventures that players can jump into right away …
Star Renegade Review
Star Renegade Review
Yahan Zebu Khan
- Excellent combat system
- Detailed visual
- Great pace
- The soundtrack sounds like SF elevator music
- Many thanks for the free copy of the game-Raw Fury
- Format-Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One, Switch, PC
- Version reviewed-Xbox One
- Release Date-November 2020
- Price-From £ 19.99