Can a last generation port based upon a licensed property possibly be any good?
Rebellion and 2000 A.D. are both British veterans of their respective fields: video games and comics, and like Marmite and potato crisps, both go well together. Unlike Marmite crisps, however, Rogue Trooper: Quartz Zone Massacre is a winning combination in anyone's book...
About The Game
Since the discovery that Black Holes could be used as warp gate points to any other point in the Galaxy, Nu Earth has been at the centre of a war between the Norts and the Southers. Genetic Infantry (G.I.) engineered by the Southers, are able to survive in the toxic hell that is Nu Earth without the need for special equipment.
Betrayed by a General within their own high command, the Genetic Infantry battalion were wiped out in the Quartz Zone Massacre and now only one remains. Ignoring orders to report in, his personal mission is to find the traitor. Roaming Nu Earth until his mission is complete, the Norts know him as the "G.I." The Southers know him as "Rogue Trooper."
There are tales of a lone warrior. A man who knows no allegiance but to his own mission and is hell-bent on revenge. He is the ultimate soldier, the last survivor of the massacred Genetic Infantrymen: he is the Rogue Trooper!