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Some technical and matchmaking issues mean you can't always enjoy Deformers at its best, but when you can it offers a great multiplayer time
Overall, Deformers is a fun and cute release that could use a considerable boost to its online community to get things going. It's a great online party game with a lot to offer, so hopefully Ready At Dawn keeps working on this one as they patch in additional content here and there. There's a solid foundation here that would greatly benefit from a larger pool of players.
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Deformers provides some off-the-wall fun with an oddball cast of kooky characters.
Deformers has serious problems with his servers. The consequence is a bad experience with his several failures after a long time for finding matches. The best thing of the game is his beauty and funny artistic design.
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I didn't really have a problem with Deformers finding it to have lots of potential, but it's shallow with little to no content present.
But those fleeting moments of fun are still fun all the same, and I really don't believe Deformers is a bad game. Frustrated as I was during a few Form Ball matches, I was still invested and focused on them, and prancing through a few opponents to pop the ball into an empty goal is an incredibly satisfying feeling. So is smashing into another Form and sending their soon to be carcass miles into the air will never get old, but these moments are exceptions to the rule. Deformers has a broken and inconsistent core, and I can't fathom how any future patch or update can change that.
Sadly this is another title from GameStop’s GameTrust publishing arm that has been subpar. I am saddened that another developer’s passion project turns into a bad gameplay experience for players.