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Hover: Revolt of Gamers

Rating Summary

Based on 8 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

69

Top Critic Average

38%

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Game Information

Available on:PCMay 31, 2017

Developers: Midgar Studio, Fusty Game

Publishers: Plug In Digital, The Sidekicks

Genres: Action, Platformer

Hover: Revolt of Gamers is a fast-paced single and multiplayer Parkour game in a futuristic 3D Open World. The game takes place in ECP17, a high-tech city also called Hover City by its inhabitants and located on a distant planet. The Great Admin cut the communication with the Galactic Union and established a strong dictatorship. Having fun has become illegal and entertainment is banished. You're in charge of a team of young rebels, the Gamers, fighting against the new anti-leisure laws oppressing the city. Equipped with high-tech gears allowing amazing jumps and speed, they roam the city to sabotage the propaganda, help citizens, and find a way to reach the Orbital Station. This way they could warn the Galactic Union and put an end to the oppression. Hover: Revolt of Gamers is both a single and multiplayer experience. At any time you can instantly switch from offline to online mode and join your friends or players from around the world and progress through the adventure by cooperating or playing against them. No matter where you are and what you’re doing, you’ll be able to connect. Hover: Revolt of Gamers is also a community-driven game offering many tools to players to create missions or mini games.

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Hover ends up as a game that's a blast to maneuver around and explore but becomes at odds with its own design. There are a lot of peculiar decisions that make everything much more frustrating than it needs to be. Hover is something I desperately wanted to fall in love with, and although I'm happy to have been acquainted with it, we'll be headed our separate ways moving forward.

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Hover is a good tribute to the Dreamcast era, but it lacks of personality and style to define the evolution of the genre.

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_____________________________ Rarely did I hit that sweet spot where I felt adequately challenged and engaged at the same time

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Jet Set Radio's spiritual successor improves upon its source material with a vast open world and entertaining multiplayer features.

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