Arena announcers add colour during the narrative interludes, while the evocative synth soundtrack, by Electric Dragon, nails the apocalyptic future vibes perfectly.
A colourful and eye-catching cel-shaded comic book art style that’s endlessly appealing, even when you’re busy being killed in spectacular fashion.
Easy to pick up and play, tough to really get to grips with, Rollerdrome proves immensely rewarding if you stick with it. The camera can sometimes go awry, but it’s rare enough that it doesn’t mar the experience.
Despite the odd nasty difficulty spike, Rollerdrome is stupidly enjoyable, its blend of trick combos and ultra-violent gunplay proving constantly compelling. There are two very challenging campaigns to complete, too.
A near-perfect spread that covers early milestones, while offering a longer tail for completing challenges and tackling the unlockable, hard-as-nails Out For Blood campaign.