The gravity-defying Grip: Combat Racing flips out of early access
Rollcage successor Grip flips out of early access autumn
Time must be warping as it’s 2018 and a new Rollcage game just launched. While not officially a sequel, Grip: Combat Racing by Caged Element is unmistakably kin to the cult PSX rough-and-tumble future racer, and out now.
Premature Evaluation: GRIP
I’ve never been much for real-world racing games. They all just feel so mundane compared to the alternatives that videogames present, like thundering along at a thousand miles per hour in F-Zero, thumping over an impossible rollercoaster track in Wipeout or bouncing wildly off the walls in underrated PSX future-racer Rollcage.
GRIP is the spiritual successor to Rollcage – but also to those remote-controlled cars that were massive in the nineties, and which could not climb the ceiling no matter how hard you believed.