As a potential heir to Wipeout, F-Zero and even Slpit/Second, Antigraviator is quite hard to master from what we've seen. The game is so fast that you really need to memorize the tracks and make a good use of the brakes if you want to reach the top 3 at the end of the race. The possibility to use traps against one's opponents is good on paper, but we find it really difficult to avoid them, even when we trigger them ourselves to slow down those who are ahead of us. More often than not, we end up slowing ourselves down, which is a bit frustrating as the difficulty level is pretty tough for beginners. Also, don't expect to see the sides of the tracks explode as in Black Rock Studio's title, here it's more about avoiding rocks, cubes or mines. The game is now available on Steam if you like what you see.
@droezelke: it looks good but slower paced and open world doesn't excite me as much a fast paced old school style shooter. The Phobos gameplay and that huge BFG gun giving of that green lighting. (5 Hours ago)