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Developer: Cybernetic Walrus
Publisher: Iceberg Interactive
Genres: Action, Racing
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 can be pretty challenging for those not familiar with anti-gravity racing games such as F-Zero. There aren't a lot of upgrades for your vehicle and requiring credits to attempt later leagues can be a bit detrimental as you might have to replay the first league multiple times just to grind credits. The traps are also not really my cup of tea and I could do without those personally. Beyond that though, Antigraviator is a solid game, but it's not for everyone.
Antigraviator Update Adds Pure Mode, Custom Key Bindings and More
After a successful launch in June, there's a new Antigraviator update that adds a few new features including a Pure Mode, multiple camera angles, custom keybindings, extra leaderboards, and more.
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