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  • Summary: Antigraviator is a sleek new take on the anti-gravity racing genre. Use traps, power-ups and boosts to overtake your opponents and dominate the track in single player or multiplayer mode. With no speed limit holding you back, Antigraviator delivers the fastest racing experience of the future.
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 6
  2. Negative: 0 out of 6
  1. May 4, 2020
    It's not as fantastic as WipEout but Antigraviator is certainly a capable and enjoyable racer that'll keep you on the edge of your seat.
  2. May 6, 2020
    Overall Antigraviator is a nice, smooth experience of high speed, futuristic racing. I wish it had a few more tracks as even with reverse and mirror modes it’s really only 18 courses, which would have been fine 20 years ago, but I believe players expect more in this day and age. Another thing on my wish list would have been some kind of combat element with limited ammo per lap. The random trap activation’s are fine but I want more control over my opponents demise. Plus it would give a greater sense of your own personal danger. Still the racing is intense and fun so I can’t really complain too much.
  3. May 4, 2020
    Antigraviator is a good WipeOut-like racer, with a great driving feeling and high content variety. It feels a bit too much like a dejà vu though, without adding any meaningful new elements to the genre.
  4. Apr 30, 2020
    For a solo player, Antigraviator on Xbox One is more than worth a play. Yep, it’s not Wipeout, but then rarely does anything get near that brilliance. There are multiplayer issues, but if you find yourself troubled by the lack of properly fast, properly hectic anti-grav racers that are available, then aside from a few little oddities this should be one to consider.
  5. May 13, 2020
    While it does have its issues, Antigraviator is a fun and eye-wateringly fast sci-fi racer.
  6. Jun 8, 2020
    It’s hard to find reason to keep playing after a couple of hours.
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  1. May 4, 2020
    Antigraviator is an Anti-Gravity High-Speed Racer. Prepare to learn tracks. That is the only mastery to this game, as the speeds areAntigraviator is an Anti-Gravity High-Speed Racer. Prepare to learn tracks. That is the only mastery to this game, as the speeds are ridiculous! It's hard to see what's coming around the next turn in time to actually react. This is how I imagined Pod Racing from Star Wars, and sort of how it's explained in the movie, so fast humans usually don't have the reflexes to compete. You have a small handful of vehicles and a slim variety of modifications. The game is intense off the break, an exhilarating journey into speed. There is no top end to the speeds you can achieve if you can stay off the guard rails long enough to achieve those crazy speeds. I was a fan of the F-Zero franchise and thought I had what it takes to race in this environment, but I was wrong. You will have to learn each track and its insane curves, there are very few straightaways, lending to the rail hugging. The game does away with the traditional power-ups for Cells, these can be used to boost at any time and to activate traps. The trap system was very disappointing, as you're blasting along so fast you tend to miss the spot you can activate the traps from, again unless you've memorized each of the tracks, and there are plenty of tracks. I Feel like Antigraviator could use a bit of polishing, and maybe some less stressful tracks at the start of the game. Even with these negative overtones, I had a blast hugging the rails between utilizing the break-neck speeds this game offers. Expand

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