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...
Haven't you heard? Retail is back in vogue. OlliOlli, the awesome arcade skateboarding series by Roll7, is set to skate into retail stores this summer, as part of a PlayStation 4 exclusive physical release. The bundle – named Epic Combo Edition – will ship with OlliOlli and OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood included, as well as three 'Making...
Portable version cancelled
Terrific looking indie slide-'em-up shooter Not a Hero is coming to PlayStation 4 on the 2nd February - as we've literally just reported - but there's some sad news buried under the celebrations. Indeed, the Vita version of the game's been cancelled. The disappointing news comes from developer Roll7's official blog,...
There's only one way to build upon a game's success: take the original concept, tack on a Hollywood theme, and pack it full of puns. British developer Roll7's clearly been taking tips from fellow favourite Hello Games, as OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood has followed an almost identical progression to daredevil extraordinaire Joe...
Get those knee plasters ready
The follow-up to super addictive skate-'em-up OlliOlli is grinding onto the PlayStation 4 and Vita next week, developer Roll7 has revealed on Twitter. The delightfully named OlliOlli 2: Welcome to Olliwood promises to take up yet more of your free time on the 3rd March in North American, and the 4th March in Europe. We...
British indie Roll7 knows how to make a game feel good. The studio's inaugural outing OlliOlli felt fantastic, ensuring that you experienced the satisfaction of every single landed trick. With a hit already on its hands, the teensy company is not exactly reinventing the wheel with the pun-tastic PlayStation 4 and Vita sequel OlliOlli...
This is not a drill
OlliOlli is one of the PlayStation Vita's hidden gems; a game so infectiously addictive that it should probably be outlawed. So with this in mind, we're delighted - if slightly concerned - to report that the indie darling will be receiving a sequel. Set to launch on PlayStation 4 and Vita in March 2015, the game is officially...
Now with leaderboards
OlliOlli is one of the more interesting indie games currently available on the PlayStation Vita. A wholly original take on the skateboarding genre, it tasks you with creating increasingly crazy combos. If that sounds right up your alley, we're glad to report that the title has recently been released – with full cross-buy...
You gotta roll with it
Following last month's summer time release announcement, indie developer Roll7 has hinted at the launch date for skateboarding sim OlliOlli on both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3. Speaking with Den of Geek at PAX East, director Simon Bennett said: "We are looking at 22nd July, w
Deck the mall
We won’t need to expend too many sentences to summarise the PlayStation 4 port of Roll7’s surprisingly strong skateboarding sim OlliOlli: it’s the PlayStation Vita game amplified to the size of your television screen. Rather than develop the title in-house, the British-based studio has offloaded the heavy lifting to BlitWorks,...
OlliOlli is a punk
Roll7’s ace arcade skateboarding sim OlliOlli is set to grind the gears of both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 this summer, the London-based outfit has announced. Following the surprise success of the PlayStation Vita game, the company has opted to team up with Spanish studio BlitWorks to bring the tricky title to...
Once at the apex of industry excitement, the extreme sports genre’s popularity has faded faster than the artwork on an abused skateboard. Now a pastime for Hanson imitating teenage misfits, the days of earnestly discussing kickflips over a curry in the office canteen have long faded. British indie Roll7’s hoping to turn back the...
Tony Hawk may be weeping into his oversized skateboard peripheral as we type, but that’s not stopping British indie Roll7 from capitalising on the superstar’s video game nosedive. While it may not be garnering as much press as it deserves, OlliOlli is actually one of the more addictive titles that we’ve played on the PlayStation Vita...
Let's get tricky
Roll7’s side scrolling skater simulation OlliOlli may not officially be a part of Sony’s indie Pub Fund initiative, but the manufacturer is paying for the PlayStation Vita platformer’s development all the same. Company director Thomas Hegarty confirmed the snippet in an interview with Joystiq, adding that the studio will...
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