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Last year GameStop announced that they were going to enter the game publishing arena. They were doing this through GameTrust - a PR firm that would help developers get their titles to market. The newest title to roll out under this label is Deformers, a game that was developed by Ready at Dawn. It is hard to put Deformers into a category, because the game contains 2 different genres. There is a soccer game ( Form Ball ), so it could be placed in sports - but it also has Death Match and Team Death Match modes, so it can also be added to action. For ease we will put it under the broader category of party games. In the game you play as a blob and will pick one of several skill sets. They will increase your speed, endurance, shooting skill, etc. Unfortunately there is very little diffence in preformance no matter which skill you pick. So it is down to the game mode you decide on. Form Ball is effectively soccer. You and your teammates try to outscore the other team by getting more goals. Youo can rush into the ball and "kick" it, or you can pick it up and carry it to the enemy goal. You can also just ignore the ball and take out your opponents to gain extra XP and make it a bit easier to score. Team Death Match and Death Match just remove the ball and place you on different maps where the only objective is to vanquish the enemy. They do add in special attacks that you can grab if you are quicker than your foe. As you complete games you level up, earn XP, earn coins and gain the ability to purchase new Deformers and accessories. These "upgrades" are purely cosmetic. You can buy new skins for your blob, but that will not improve their skills, the only thing that will do that is to play the game and improve your skills at the game. But you will have to deal will some frustrating hurdles along the way. When you start up the game for the first time, you are greeted with the game choices, there is no tutorial, no local multiplayer mode where you can learn the controls. You have to jump into an online game to even see how the game plays, let alone figure out the controls. The 2nd hurdle is finding an online game. The title gives you the choice of searching for a game of a specific type or just any Deformers game. Even searching for any game it can take 10 - 15 minutes to find a match depending on the day and time. Even then there may only be 1 or 2 other people in the lobby. I played on the XB1, so things may be different on other platforms. The graphics in Deformers are good. The arenas are well rendered and vary well between areas. If you play several games back to back you will probably end up playing the same map as there is not a large library. The skins for the blobs are cute and really make the game interesting. There is a wide variety of goofy animals to unlock, and accessories to add on to them. The graphics do take an odd turn if you play online splitscreen. The screen is split horizontally 50/50, but if you play 2 players, each screen takes up about 70% of the top or bottom of the screen (1st player top left, 2nd player bottom right) . This means that the screens overlap a little in the middle and there are black bars in opposite corners. It makes for a very awkward playing experience. The music goes well with the game, but doesn't stand out. Deformers is out now on XB1, PS4, and Steam. You can pick it up for $29.99. 5/10