Redout: Lightspeed Edition
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Content Rating: Everyone
Redout is pure Anti Gravity racing, a tribute to the classic arcade racing monsters. It's designed to be an uncompromising, fast, tough and satisfying driving experience, soaked in that vertigo that stands at the core of the genre. Conquer a Single Player campaign that spans more than 100 events, 11 game modes and 35 racetracks. Unlock 7 racing teams, 4 racing classes, ship upgrades and 12 power-ups. Then move on to Online Multiplayer and prove your reflexes and cold blood against the world, or challenge a friend in Split Screen local multiplayer.
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The core racing model is a fluid rush, and a thrill to control through an intriguing, if undercooked world. It’s to 34BigThings’ credit that they make known where their crosshairs are trained, but the bite is that much harsher when they miss their mark.
In addition to that, unless you want to keep trying for your best score in each track offline, you’re not going to want to come back to the game — not many people are playing online. While the game is most certainly fun and unique, I cannot recommend the game for $40 to most people. If you’re a racing fan, and you’re getting bored with the genre, then this offers something new and fresh, but beyond that, it’s probably worth waiting for a small discount.
Redout: Lightspeed Edition is a good pastime for fans of the zero gravity, faster than light racers, but it doesn't manage to be much more than that. Even if you forget every other title in the genre, the weak controls and, occasionally, subpar graphics, don't really sell the game up too well. Overall, this functions as a good way to kill time once you get the hang of the controls, but it won't really suck you in beyond that.