GRIP is right here to fill the Rollcage-shaped gap in your coronary heart.
Everyone remembers the frictionless hover motion of Wipeout, which even popped up within the film Hackers, however the traction-heavy Rollcage is much less well-remembered. And that’s a rattling disgrace – the Pysgnosis stablemate had its personal distinctive really feel, and one sequel wasn’t sufficient. Luckily a bunch of Attention to Detail veterans agree and acquired again collectively to make GRIP, a non secular successor to Rollcage.
Having gone into Steam Early Access back in February 2016, GRIP is now a lot additional alongside its journey to being The Best Game Ever (fingers crossed) with “more cars, tracks, modes, music, nicer UI and most importantly, much better physics”, in response to the developer. Online multiplayer is inbound fairly quickly, too.
The trailer above reveals off all this and offers you a style of GRIP’s soundtrack, supplied by Full Kontakt. It takes me proper again to that lengthy summer time spent hunched in entrance of the CRT, taking the sport disc out of the PSOne and placing it within the CD participant in my room after I acquired kicked out the lounge. Pretty great things, I reckon.