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Rising Star Games, Supergonk
May 8, 2018 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5

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IGN Spain
7.4 / 10
Gaming Nexus
7 / 10
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Trailblazers - Launch Trailer

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Trailblazers Gameplay Trailer #2

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Trailblazers - Gameplay Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Trailblazers


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A colourful cartoon racer that lifts some of Nintendo's big ideas, but not its attention to detail.

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Trailblazers, in a formula that blends F-Zero with Splatoon, becomes an excellent game and one of the best of its kind. Extremely fun in solo mode and a marvelous experience when played with friends, we recommend it as a great representative of driving games.

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A variable frame rate is an out and out killer for any racing game, and despite Trailblazers' clear potential it's impossible to see past that. The overall concept, of merging F-Zero and Splatoon, is a fantastic idea, but perhaps it needed a bit longer in development in order for it to be fully realised.

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Trailblazers is an amazing driving game that uses colors to bring something different to the driving genre. It's a pity that the multiplayer of this mix of Splatoon and F-Zero only allows 4 simultaneous players.

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Trailblazers is a race-and-paint game for children. With its smooth, consistent gameplay and simplistic challenges, a group of toddlers could be content for hours. Just don't be surprised when the 12 year old is reaching for Grand Theft Auto instead.

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Gameplay-wise, Trailblazers kicks off on all cylinders in a wonderful first impression. However, it drags on its way to the finish line, which is why a driver might prefer some company to keep them entertained along the way.

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Some performance issues aside, this remains an engaging, and rather different, racing game that just about overcomes its problems to offer some good old fashioned fun.

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