Redout is a love letter to everyone who misses series like WipEout and fans of the futuristic racing games. This indie title is a worthy addition to the genre which lately did not have too much going on.
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If you liked Wipeout or F-Zero, you're going to be right at home with Redout. Fast, sleek, pretty and has just about the right amount of challenge. If you can overlook the rubber banding issue and desktop resolution configuration, Redout, is your best bet if you're the market for racing title that you can pass the time with.
Overall, Redout is an amazing racing game and by far the best anti-gravity one on Nintendo Switch. It offers simplistic but meaningful customization, diverse environments, and RPG-like mechanics that provide replay ability, all without sacrificing performance for the most part
Futuristic racing fans finally have something exciting to play with this surprisingly well crafted racer.
Redout is wonderful take on a game series that is beloved but almost forgotten in this age of hyper realism. Tight controls, smooth gameplay, fantastic music, and great overall design make this a must download for all racing game fans.
Redout is an impressive, gorgeous throwback to futuristic racing games of yesterday that comes so, so close to nailing it. Some bizarre decisions relating to vehicle upgrades and difficulty make you question whether 34BigThings understood what made those classics tick in the first place, but it's just about salvaged by some great track design and slick performance.
A slick looking racer that’s maybe a little too slick in the corners.
With releasing Red Out, 34 Big Things studios showed us how can they create a good and fast competitive racing game. Redout is for fast racing enthusiasts and probably only these kind of people enjoy playing it. Despite great graphics and smooth gameplay, the game has some problems. Like a bad upgrade mechanics and few vehicles and these problems make the game suffer.
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Redout could be a far better futuristic racer, with just a liiitle bit better controls, just a liiitle bit of variety, and just a liiitle bit of originality. It presents arms to the genre's big ones in a pretty decent way for an indie production… but it could do more than that.
Redout is one of the most delightfully high-octane, edge-of-my-seat racing games in recent memory. It's a thrilling adrenaline rush of an experience. It's a finely-tuned joyride that's been polished and balanced until it shines in a cornucopia of flashy colours.