Sales and reviews have surpassed all expectations.
Image of RoboCop from the video game RoboCop: Rogue City.

RoboCop: Rogue City is having one of the best releases ever for publisher Nacon. According to Nacon's own statements, RoboCop: Rogue City is sitting at 92% positive reviews on Steam alone and pulled in over 435,000 players in the two weeks since its launch. Those 435,000 players have already enjoyed more than 2.7 million game sessions.

The game was developed by Teyon and published by Nacon, with help from MGM. Prior to some of their last couple of releases, the name "Teyon" may have put a rather sour thought in your mind. See, they were the studio behind one of 2014's worst game releases, Rambo: The Video Game.

Since then, Teyon bounced back quite nicely with 2019's Terminator: Resistance. The Terminator game wasn't exactly well received among most critics, but fans certainly seemed to enjoy it, earning a lofty 92% Very Positive rating on Steam that stands to this day.

Most recently, Teyon continued their upward swing with RoboCop: Rogue City.

Alain FALC, CEO of NACON had this to say about its success: "RoboCop: Rogue City has exceeded our expectations, and achieved a genuine feat as far as NACON is concerned. We are really proud to have been able to work with the studio Teyon on this game created by and for RoboCop die-hards. We would also like to thank MGM for the trust they placed in us throughout this collaboration, as well as all the players who have contributed to making this release such a great success."
RoboCop: Rogue City is out now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and on PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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RoboCop: Rogue City immerses the player in Old Detroit, a while after the events of the second film. In this new first-person adventure, the player must restore law and order to a city plunged into chaos in the wake of the arrival of a new crime lord.

The gameplay alternates between explosive battles, investigations in the field and side quests, in which the player will decide citizens’ fates, thereby affecting the game progression.

Out of their desire to pay tribute to the franchise, the Teyon team have also left numerous references to the RoboCop world for players to discover, such as the iconic locations, weapons and characters, including the actor Peter Weller, who returns to duty as the face and voice of the cyborg cop in RoboCop: Rogue City.
Having played it myself, I can personally say that RoboCop: Rogue City blew away my own expectations. The entire game, from aesthetics, to the baddies, to the sometimes cheesy one-liners and quips are just pure late 80s action movie goodness. It's a FPS with a decent amount of Deus Ex-style open world gameplay included. There were dialogue options, skill trees, so much over the top action, and so much environmental destruction. To put it another way: The game was rad as fuck. It may not win any awards, especially this year, but it's one of those games where you'll play it and go "hell yeah" once you're done.