Runbow Review | Hardcore Gamer

For all the increased emphasis on interconnected worlds and complex online interactions in games these days, there’s been a fascinating renaissance of local multiplayer games that ask you to unplug completely and gather your buddies around the same screen. For every Watch Dogs, there’s another TowerFall: Ascension, Samurai Gunn or Sportsfriends popping up in its place. These games are chaotic and raw, leaving players screaming and laughing and crying fowl at their friends in ways that just can’t happen online. Runbow is that kind of game, supporting up to nine players, and whether or not you should give it a look is entirely contingent on whether or not you have a stable of friends to assemble on your couch every week to play.

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