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85 (Feb 24, 2015)
Players looking for a new FPS to enjoy with friends, look no further. Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball provides on all fronts and serves as a fairly inexpensive entertainment outlet at $15.99 on Steam. Should pockets be hurting, waiting out the next Steam sale is an entirely valid option for this destruction derby. The only thing that can seriously hurt this game is the fact it is an indie/niche game. A solid player base will boost this game to great heights, but a lack of word-of-mouth will bury it before it can put its first skate on. That aside, remember to dodge, duck, dip, dive and dodge.
As you can see Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball has a lot to offer for a reasonable $14.99. This game is fun for the whole family and is bound to entertain kids and adults for hours on end. While the bots are fun to play against, there are plenty of humans playing this game online. I recommend joining them!
Regardless of its minor issues, I am already hooked on Robot Roller Derby Disco Dodgeball, despite having played very little of it. This game "grabbed" me right away and refuses to let go, and that is an impressive feat to be said for any game. I am planning to play a lot more of it, and I hope you will take the plunge and do the same!
At press time, Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball is the highest rated multiplayer game on Steam, beating out heavy hitters like Counter-Strike and Left 4 Dead 2, with 99% positive user reviews. It’s a cool statistic, but Disco Dodgeball hasn’t even cracked 1,000 reviews yet, whereas Counter-Strike has almost 40,000 reviews and Left 4 Dead 2 has almost 90,000. And that’s kind of the story of Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball in a nutshell: it’s easily one of the best, most fun, well-crafted multiplayer games available right now, making it all the more impressive that it was designed entirely by one person, but no one is playing it.
GameSpot (Mar 19, 2015)
When the connection is strong, the balls are bouncing as you intend, and there are enough players to populate the servers, Robot Roller-Derby Disco Dodgeball is a treat. The audiovisual package superbly complements the wall-to-wall mayhem found within a competitive round, and there’s a healthy suite of modes to mix up the action. There’s just not enough staying power, and controls that are a few notches too loose make it difficult to determine a shot’s trajectory. Disco Dodgeball is a creative player in a crowded space, but lacks too many attributes to stand out.