Tag: Laser League
Review Laser League - Futuristic Sport in Dire Need of Fans
Republished on Wednesday 26th September 2018: We're bringing this review back from the archives following the announcement of October's PlayStation Plus lineup. The original text follows. At first glance, Laser League bares little resemblance to Roll7's previous work, but the similarities are there if you look below the surface. Like...
News Roll7 Downs Tools on Laser League As It Struggles to Secure an Audience
505 Games takes over
Roll7 is the small studio responsible for some fantastic games, but its latest effort, Laser League, evidently has struggled to win over consumers. The OlliOlli games and Not a Hero were small in scale but offered great arcade-like experiences, and while Laser League in some ways fits into that mould as well, its reliance on a...
News OlliOlli Dev's New Game Laser League Wants to Be Your New Multiplayer Obsession on PS4
Roll7 explains all
Roll7's output so far has consisted of single player, pixel art games, and they're all great fun. The two OlliOlli games in particular are brilliant fun, while Not a Hero's quirky humour and simple shoot-outs make it a compelling curiosity as well. However, the small developer's next game, Laser League, is a big departure. It's a...
News Laser League Is the Latest from OlliOlli Dev Roll7
Roll7 makes unequivocally great games, and the OlliOlli creator has revealed its latest: Laser League. The new title from the award-winning British outfit is a sort of multiplayer-based isometric action game where you need to steal territory from wireframe foes – or something. The trailer’s very short and thus not particularly...