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I enjoyed the core concept, and learning the best path to finish line (even if you're still forced to go through a finish line outside of a neat exploration mode), but every now and again there'd be a stutter. It's not game-breaking by any means, but it'd certainly interrupt the brief moment of zen I'd get trying to beat my finish times.
An interesting proposal that lacks any kind of punch to keep players playing after a few races.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Lightfield is a solid futuristic racer that definitely has some cool aspects to it.
Lightfield has succeeded in creating a new take on an old racing subgenre that is worthy of your time.
As for Lost in the Garden studio's skills – it's fine, that's all. Time will tell if the developer properly expands his game post-release.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Highly polished and with beautiful presentation, this futuristic parkour-inspired game is a true unique take on the genre – not something that can be said often. If you like Wipeout, you will definitely enjoy this.
Although racing is not my thing, I definitely recommend the game. Despite the high speed, gameplay is easy to get the hang of, and you can tell the developers put a lot of hard work into the environments and the controls so that everything feels just right. Lightfield is a fun racing+parkour game, and I look forward to seeing what the team does next.
As a whole, Lightfield is a game that brings a new level to racers that has never been touched. With the flaws that were present when I've played, it is still worth a try to get your hands on. Even if it's a game for only when you have people over, this is something that you do not want to miss out on.
With beautifully bright, hugely abstract visuals, a pumping soundtrack, a superbly well designed menu system and a huge amount of addictive racing across well detailed tracks, LIGHTFIELD is most definitely one that the racers out there should give a go - especially if those racers are more obsessed with bettering lap times than racing actual opponents.