The sequel to 2015's Rebel Galaxy, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw changes up the formula from naval-style battles to a purer space-combat experience. Take on the role of Juno Markev, a former smuggler and outlaw who went straight. Unfortunately, a somewhat simple job went wrong and her husband was killed — now she's out for revenge.
After a harrowing chase sequence in the opening of Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, Juno's ship is destroyed leaving you penniless and with nowhere to go. A loan buys you a working ship and now you've got to get out there to earn money, get back on your feet, and track down the person who killed the one you loved.
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw also features a robust ship editor that will let you customize its paint job. You'll be flying in style as you charge down enemy ships and blast them to bits with all sorts of futuristic weaponry!
From the Rebel Galaxy Outlaw website:
CRANK THE VOLUME, CHAMBER ANOTHER ROUND, AND BURN LIKE HELL...
Last Chance on the Final Frontier
The big empty is filled with lowlifes, cops, pirates, and blue-collar folks just trying to get by. Plenty of room to make some money – or some mayhem.
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw takes place in a greasy, blue-collar world of outlaws, truckers, cops, and thieves. Nobody’s saving the universe around here. They’d settle for saving their own skin.
Drop by a seedy dive bar and play a round of 8-ball or dice poker for credits or gear. Or just sweat a few rounds of StarVenger. But don’t waste too much time, those Tachyon Lasers aren’t going to buy themselves.
White-knuckle maneuvers, greasy explosions, and 25mm slugs shredding steel. Space combat with the emphasis placed squarely on ‘hell yes’.
Let’s face it, space sims have always had a bit of a problem. Six degrees of freedom means lots of folks end up lost, and half the time you’re spinning in a circle trying to find an angle on a deeply unsatisfying space joust. We think we’ve got a pretty good solution to that. Every ship comes with an auto pursuit mechanism which can be engaged at will to get your target onscreen. Spend your time fine-tuning your weapons lead and dodging wreckage, not spinning in circles like an idiot.
Strap in, Tune Up
Slap down some cash for the right ship for the job. Outfit it with a vast array of weapons, armor, and gear. Apply a custom paint job and get flyin’.
White-hot energy weapons, greasy machineguns, magnetic mines – bolt on the firepower that suits your style. Install new powerplants, trick out your afterburners, add countermeasures, radar, and a few bumper stickers to the dashboard. Adjust your power allocation before you head into the fray. There’s plenty of kits to try out and customize your ride just the way you like it.
SAVE THE UNIVERSE?
I’D SETTLE FOR SAVING A COUPLE OF CREDITS…