Rochard Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|EuroGamer||7/10||Oct 04 '11|
|Games Radar||7/10||Sep 28 '11|
|GameSpot||7.0/10||Oct 05 '11|
|Gaming Excellence||7.5/10||Mar 05 '12|
|Worthplaying||8.0/10||Oct 26 '11|
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|EuroGamer||Mar 08 '11|
|IGN PS3||Feb 17 '11|
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"Playing with gravity is just awesome, and there's perhaps no better illustration of that than the game's signature advanced technique. This may even have given the studio its name for all I know. Grab a crate with the G-Lifter, switch on low-gravity and leap through the air, and you can fire the crate away from you to propel yourself further. It's called a recoil jump, and having spotted it in the trailer it's one of the first things I try out. It's fun - something it is difficult to imagine that Rochard will not be when it is finished."
"It’s kind of nice to play as an amicable dumb guy every once in a while. The Master Chiefs and Marcus Phoenixes are fine and dandy, but stepping into jiggly John Rochard’s unfashionable boots is something of a nice surprise. Everything from his southern drawl to his by-the-book mentality just screams “normal, ugly, and dumb” louder than our ex-girlfriends ever could. Which is why he’s the kind of character only an indie studio would dare create. But the protagonist is just a small taste of the many quirks of Rochard... "
"Rochard's gravity-defying antics make for an enjoyable adventure, albeit one that rarely reaches for the stars. "
"Heroes don't have to look heroic."