Rocket League Review | Power Up Gaming
The game of football is often referred to as "The Beautiful Game" for numerous reasons. The individual flourish that leads to glory, the tactical nuance of a structured team, or the thrilling ebb and flow of a well-balanced contest. Whatever the reason, would that beauty still exist if, say, Lionel Messi was replaced with an ice cream truck? What if Beckham's signature cross was replaced with the ability to rocket boost through the air? That all depends on your idea of beauty, but this is the world that Rocket League presents. It's probably best not to overthink it. Rocket League, the follow-up to the subtly titled Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, is far more simple than it sounds. At its most reductive level, all you have to do is drive a car and knock the ball into the opponent's net, and that's all there is to it. Therein lies Rocket League's greatest triumph; its simplicity. From the first moment that the pitch renders into view, you already know what you need to do