Fireteam Rogue EXPOSED

Posted on March 16th, 2004 by Frank Cifaldi

Esteemed SNES scholar Evan Gowan has published a brief article on Fireteam Rogue over at his website, SNES Central.

Fireteam Rogue was a very ambitious title by Accolade, which promised over one-hundred hours of game play incorporated into its mixture of platform action and arcade flying segments.

The article contains insight by engineer Russell Borogove, along with concept art and links to outside resources. Thanks to Evan himself for the tip!


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