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Rocket Riot is a great example of how a game can come out with little to no hype and still be a wonderful gem. The graphical art style is unique enough for it to stand out in a positive light, and the audio is also just as good. The controls take a bit of getting used to, but that unfamiliarity only lasts a minute or two. Even though the online portion is barren, both local multiplayer and the single-player modes give the title enough meat to make it worth the money. Players should try out the demo to discover just how crazy and fun Rocket Riot can be.
Rocket Riot is the perfect game for people who like to sit on the couch with their friends and duke it out with an endless supply of missiles. The single-player campaign is fun while it lasts, but the real value here is in multiplayer brawls. It's disappointing that there don't seem to be many online matches, but when you destroy your friend in slow-motion pixel-busting glory, you really want him to be sitting next to you anyway.