Roll7's skateboarding title receives a new overview trailer, and confirms a February launch date for PlayStation, Xbox, Switch, and PC.
Take-Two Interactive's indie publishing label Private Division has acquired Roll7, the studio best known for its OlliOlli series.
A wealth of options are available for customizing one's character including different outfits, hair-styles, skin tones and body types.
With a new setting and gorgeous visuals, Roll7's sequel offers numerous new environments, tons of tricks and much more for fans to get lost in.
Procedurally generated levels, a new art-style and much more revealed.
League of Geeks and and Roll7 also sign on with the publishing label.
Some tight and mechanically rewarding skateboarding action is headed to the Switch next month.
More games will be announced at X018.
John Ribbins, co-founder of Roll7 answered some of our questions about their upcoming game, Laser League.
PC version will launch alongside Xbox One and PS4 versions.
Tron x Rocket League?
With added content, too.
Not A Hero shines in its gameplay but forced humor drags it down.
Publisher claims "technical hurdles" prevented a Vita
Difficult and highly addictive
Get ready for some sweet skating action.
Releasing on PS4 and PS Vita later this year.
Grind those rails some time in March.
The most addictive side-scrolling skater since Tony Hawk landed on GBA.