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[Update: Contest closed! Winners have been picked, check your emails!] It's Sega week for our 25 Days of Giving! Today, you can win Renegade Ops for Steam! This time, you'll just need to leave a comment below telling us what ...

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Gordon Freeman makes his return ... in Renegade Ops


Sep 26
// Jim Sterling
Renegade Ops arrives a little late on PC, but patient fans will be well rewarded. Half-Life's Gordan Freeman is set to join the vehicular shooter as a playable character! The trailer above shows Dr. Freeman in all his groovy...
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The DTOID Show: It's our 200th episode, let's celebrate!


Sep 14
// Tara Long
Happy Wednesday, Destructurds! Max and I are back with another edition of The Destructoid Show - our 200th, to be exact. Feel free to send us cards with money in them. On tonight's totally un-special birthday episode, I run ...

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Renegade Ops screens and art are good to look at


Aug 17
// Jim Sterling
Gamescom has drowned me in a sea of SEGA assets today, in case you couldn't tell. Here's the next selection -- some screens and art for the hot looking downloadable title, Renegade Ops. This game is one that I'm seriously loo...
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The DTOID Show: Nolan North, Skyrim, and Torchlight LIVE!


Aug 05
// Max Scoville
[The Destructoid Show gives a rundown of all the top news from Destructoid.com every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Subscribe to us on YouTube, follow us on Twitter, and like us on Facebook.] Hello my special ...
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Check out the gameplay modes in new Renegade Ops trailer


Jul 25
// Jim Sterling
Here's a new trailer for Renegade Ops, showing off the gameplay modes that can be found within. For those who don't know, Renegade Ops is a top-down co-op vehicular shooter made by Avalanche. It has a generic name, and the gameplay is fun.  Check out the footage and let us know what you think. I'm pretty stoked.
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Renegade Ops has new screens, still has awful name


Jul 06
// Jim Sterling
Seriously, I am not letting up on my campaign to have Renegade Ops' name changed. It is an awful, generic name and nobody will pay attention to it unless they already know that the game is good.  Anyway, here are some ne...
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Better names for Renegade Ops


Jun 24
// Jim Sterling
As you might have gathered, we're all big fans of Renegade Ops at Destructoid. It's a really fun top-down vehicular shooter from the fine folk who brought you Just Cause 2. With a storyline ripped from Saturday morning cartoo...

E3: Renegade Ops is a great game with a shit name

Jun 11 // Jim Sterling
Perhaps the most encouraging thing about the game is that it's taken a huge influence from Saturday Morning cartoons. SEGA's Ken Balough described the game's villain to me as a Skeletor/Cobra Commander type of over-the-top baddie, and the overall game is being pegged as a spiritual homage to G.I Joe.  This is SEGA's first totally original digital IP and I'm very much looking forward to checking it out. If you want further indication of its potential, know that it's been developed by Avalanche Studios, the guys behind the Just Cause games. That same sense of cartoony destructive fun is carried over into the game, with the ability to drive and crash through almost any structure in the game, not to mention the chance to power-up your weapons and cause serious mayhem.  It's a simple game, but all the more fun for it. I think you're going to seriously enjoy it. Renegade Ops is due out for XBLA, PSN and PC.
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When I saw the logo for Renegade Ops at SEGA's expansive booth, I felt my eyes dry up and shrivel with sheer, unadulterated apathy. The name sounds like a crappy generic military shooter from the likes of City Interactive or ...

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First look at Just Cause dev's Renegade Ops


May 05
// Nick Chester
It's not Just Cause 3, but if you're looking for total chaos, Avalanche Studio's Renegade Ops will do the trick. Published by Sega, the game makes its public debut in this short teaser trailer that packs in more explosions a...
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Just Cause creators announce Renegade Ops


Mar 30
// Maurice Tan
Avalanche Studios, the studio behind the Just Cause series, is working on a SEGA-published downloadable vehicular top-down twin-stick shooter using the Just Cause 2 engine. In the immortal words of Senior Producer Andreas "Sn...

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