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Antigraviator is a futuristic driving title, with a wide variety of circuits but which lacks game modes and whose online does not work as it should. A title that does not innovate in anything already seen in similar arcade titles.
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Antigraviator is a fine futuristic racing game that might fill in a momentary gap while we wait for the eventual release of Pacer. This is a game that’s best enjoyed on an Xbox One, not because it plays better on that console, but because it’s where it faces the least competition.
Even though there are bits and pieces I dislike, I enjoyed Antigraviator very much since it is basically an adrenaline shot which gets out of control after some time.
Antigraviator is a long awaited PC game for me. It fulfills a need of having a racing game that doesn't anger me. I say anger because no other racing game compares to Gran Turismo – a game I have high regard for. This game fills a different need when it comes to racing, and that is to have something that fulfills the need for pure speed. In short, it is a sleek and fun racing game that can be played solo or can be played to cause mayhem with your friends, making Antigraviator a racing game not to miss out on. - Susan N.
A blistering racer brought to a halt by some flaws.
Antigraviator is the kind of game that does not necessarily do anything new, but happens to perform all the old tricks that one would come to expect from an anti-grav racer with aplomb.
The game is visually appealing and offers you the ability to just pick up and play without much need for overly complicated things. Antigraviator offers a nostalgic gameplay with updating graphics and keeps to what games should be, Good Old Fashioned fun.
I find it difficult to understand the intended market for a title that only really triumphs in its most basic components.
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.
It might be fast, but Antigraviator never really leaves second gear.