Voice acting is passable, as are the game's sound effects and music. Nothing much to write home about here.
The textures have clearly been completely revamped, and as such, Rogue Trooper Redux looks infinitely better than the original 2006 version. However, there's nothing you can do about the samey levels and enemies.
Getting snagged on scenery, blown up by your own errant grenades, screwed over by unresponsive controls; these are the dirty big flies in Rogue Trooper Redux's otherwise robust shooter soup.
A good 5-6 hours in the campaign and online co-op modes make Redux a great package for the money. The shabby controls let the side down.
Standard fare, for the most part. Complete the missions, get 100 headshots, do some stealth kills etc. Team-killing an ally in co-op for an achievement seems a bit shitty, though.