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Antigraviator - Official PC Launch Trailer (4K)
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Antigraviator - Speed Feature Video: How fast can you go?
Critic Reviews for Antigraviator
Antigraviator feels great to play and has a style that will be familiar to players of F-Zero and Wipeout, but its attempts to differentiate itself like the trap mechanic don't add much to the overall package. It does, however, hit the mark where it counts. The track design is solid, the sense of speed is great, and controls are tight and feel familiar for anyone who's played a racing game. I'll be sure to get some more time in via the online mode and the occasional night in when I manage to coax my friends into stopping over.
Antigraviator is not a bad futuristic racing game with nice graphics, which suffers from stupid flaws and strange design elements. If developers will fix the problems with console versions release, and offer more content, you can safely add one point to the final score.
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When it comes to anti-gravity racing games on PC, there really aren't that many that could possibly match the level of games such as Wipeout and F-Zero. Antigraviator is enjoyable in short bursts, though that soon wears off once you've put enough time in. Sadly, that amount of time is roughly an hour or so before you start to realize the game is very one-dimensional.
There is certainly enough great stuff in this game to make Antigraviator worth buying. There is a healthy number of tracks that will take hours to master, cool Gravs and parts to unlock, and it's a joy to look at and listen to while you do it. But with a little polish and workshopping, Antigraviator could have gone from really good, to really great.