Laser League Reviews
If you like unique, full of interesting mechanics online games then give Laser League a chance. Satisfying, though not devoid of minor errors, gameplay, will hold you near console for hours.
Review in Polish | Read full review
In the end, Laser League's value really depends on how popular it ends up being. On release it didn't seem like an overwhelming number of people purchased or at least matchmaking is not as fast as it could be, making it a potential concern. From there, depending on how many adopt it, this could be a fighting game situation where there is a massive difference in skill between players. Despite the potential negatives, Laser League is certainly fun if you're into the metagame or just like the idea of outplaying others. While it's too soon to say where Laser League will fall, it's probably better to get in on the ground floor than spending the next couple of weeks playing catch up.
Laser League is a budget-priced gem.
Laser League is easy to play but hard to master. Despite some online matching problem, it has great potential.
Review in Chinese | Read full review
This game lets us rediscover the pleisure of enjoying ourselves plonging into a lively competition, thanks to ripetitive and easy techniques besides many different tactics, so as to keep us really concentrated, almost hypnotised. It will warm up the heart of those who are longing to find again a local multiplayer game, whose contents are undoubtfully beautiful.
Review in Italian | Read full review
The lack of players might be its undoing, but Laser League is well worth looking into if you're a fan of arena style multiplayer titles.
Laser League is special. A simple premise with deep intricacies that begs to be played over and over again, it deserves a lot of recognition. From the vibrant colours to the high octane action on the pitch, Laser League never fails to be an eye-catching and remarkable gaming experience.
Laser League is like the world's most flavourful gum.
Laser League is a game that can be picked up and enjoyed by everyone, but it’s a shame that it seems to have died on arrival. Finding a full game seems nigh impossible unless you round a group of friends together but selling them on the idea of a game that requires 4-6 of you to be on to get the most out of is difficult too. It’s a solid game by developers Roll7 that sadly hasn’t caught fire, and if more people were willing to check this out I think they’d be pleasantly surprised just by how enjoyable it can be.
Laser league is cool, but it is aimed at a specific audience, although it is true that it can be played offline, the game is more enjoyed locally with friends and online. The variety of stadiums and classes stands out as a very positive point, since it increases the depth of the game.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Laser League is fun arena-based action game where you are tasked with eliminating the opposing team with lasers. This is a great way to spend a quality couch co-op time with a group of skilled friends. Laser League looks great and plays nice, but lacks playerbase.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Laser League isn’t a revolution for the genre, but it deserves plenty of credit for not just cynically rehashing the successes of its forebears and betting on a more inventive central gameplay loop.
Laser League is fun, engaging and promises hours of playtime. With its fresh new challenging gameplay, it shows promise and has potential for competitive play.
Laser League presents action packed gameplay across a large selection of arenas whether you want to take on others online or locally.