The future looks bright in Tokyo 42 and Hover: Revolt of Gamers

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Tokyo 42 and Hover: Revolt of Gamers (pictured) are distinct types of games, the former based on teensy Crusder-style micro-gunplay with the slightest touch of Hitman, the latter based on nostalgia for Jet Set Radio in a post-rollerblading era. But they’re both futuristic open-worlds bathed in bright bright colors, the likes of which you haven’t seen since the invention of neon pink (some time in the 80s, no doubt). They both came out today, which makes this the most colorful Wednesday on record. And based on preliminary faffing about, I can vouch for both being made by people who know what they’re doing.