Contra: Rogue Corps

Konami Digital Entertainment

Weak Man
OpenCritic Rating
52
Top Critic Average
9%
Critics Recommend
Based on 34 critic reviews
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Contra: Rogue Corps

Rating Summary

Based on 34 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

52

Top Critic Average

9%

Critics Recommend

Based on 34 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 24, 2019
Xbox OneSep 24, 2019
PCSep 24, 2019
Nintendo SwitchSep 24, 2019

Developer: Konami Digital Entertainment

CONTRA is back! Two years after the Alien Wars ended, the Damned City erupts from the final battleground. From the midst of the chaos, a group of scoundrels emerge. They might not be typical heroes, but they're here to save the world… or get rich trying. Featuring action packed battles, customisable gear, gigantic bosses and explosive multiplayer action. • Local and Online CO-OP action for up to 4 players • 4 outrageous characters, each with their own weird style and colourful attitude • Build over 100 weapons and augment your character with bionic body parts earned in-mission • Character progression, weapon development and customisation ensure extensive replayability • Crazy new heroes and big bosses join the Contra universe.
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Contra: Rogue Corps is one of the worst games in the revered franchise and does a poor job of reviving the series for a modern audience by switching genres and failing to deliver.

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Eurogamer

No Recommendation / Blank
Eurogamer

Rogue Corps is elevated at times by the fact that it's hard to truly screw up a twin-stick shooter.

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The worst Contra game ever made and an object lesson in how not to revive a classic franchise, especially as there are multiple unofficial homages that are far superior.

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It's a shame because sometimes, even when I'm fighting the game, I'm enjoying myself. Contra: Rogue Corps needed more time in the oven, and I'm not sure the whole "segmented ways to play" concept is going to go over well with everyone. But when it's firing on all cylinders, there's some silly shoot 'em up fun going on.

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