Rocket League is a futuristic action-sports game where players pilot rocket-powered vehicles in an enhanced version of soccer by driving their vehicles into the ball and other players in a variety of arenas. Rocket League uses an advanced physics system to simulate realistic interactions between cars and the ball, where mass and momentum determine how hard balls and cars hit each other, creating a unique and visceral playing experience.
"That's our free PS Plus game for July?!" I exclaimed. "I can't even see myself downloading it, it looks completely unappealing!" Those were my two initial reactions to Rocket League, a game that's been constantly praised by fellow peers in the media who have gotten to play the game at various events. I couldn't believe it. I refused to believe it. Then I downloaded it. Out of nowhere comes a sequel to a game that I only remember thanks to its completely ludicrous title. The original game, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars never really made a splash, and, in fact, didn't score so well with critics. So then why was Rocket League so well received at preview events? What did this game have that captured... Read Review