Renegade Ops' proceedings are nicely rounded out with a compelling high-score system that's immediately evident on the battlefield. Destroying an enemy will cause a corresponding score to appear above the cloud of debris, and that score is color-coded to indicate which player has earned it. While this competitive aspect certainly encourages some kill-stealing, it also extends to special weapon pickups that can be found in the environment. Do I leave that machine gun power-up for my friend since my guns are already at maximum, or do I grab it for myself just to beef up my score? I had a lot of fun during my brief time with Renegade Ops. My guess is that it will do a good job satisfying those in the market for a cooperative multiplayer shooter when it hits Xbox Live Arcade, PC (via Steam), and the PlayStation Network this fall. Watch the Shacknews E3 2011 page to follow all our coverage of this year's show. You can also subscribe to it with your favorite RSS reader.
Renegade Ops' supplies being dropped onto the battlefield