Flashout 3 Review (Steam)

For this Flashout 3 Review, we go to a place where high speed meets high stakes. Where unforgiving combat, loud electronic music, and addictive boosts of adrenaline mix up to separate winners from losers. Where gravitation is nothing more than an empty word. This is where the world of FLASHOUT 3 will take you and your ride to the absolute limits!

Flashout 3 Review Pros:

  • Nice graphics.
  • 5.54GB Download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Supports VR play.
  • Full controller support.
  • Racing gameplay.
  • Optional tutorial.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, fullscreen, glitch effect, texture quality, anisotropic textures, anti-aliasing, screen-space reflections, SSR distance, bloom, volumetric lighting, shadow quality, v-sync, target FPS and split screen swapped camera rendering.
  • The split screen can be set to horizontal or vertical.
  • Can rebind controls for both keyboard and the controller.
  • Steering wheel support.
  • Auto airbrakes option.
  • Feels like a mix of Wipeout and F – Zero.
  • Two modes – start race (arcade) and campaign.
  • Two characters – Bea and Silas each have a unique weapon.
  • 3 campaign difficulties – Easy, medium, and hard.
  • A handful of event types – standard race, elimination, time trial, and destruction.
  • Nine ship manufacturers with 3 versions of each.
  • Fast loading times.
  • The game does run at a good pace.
  • Speed pads on the race track.
  • Do barrel rolls off jumps.
  • Earn EXP from doing things like destroying obstacles, overtaking, etc.
  • Accessibility is high for new and returning players.
  • A lot of neon!
  • You have three weapons that recharge over time.
  • Damage numbers bang-up as you attack.
  • Upbeat soundtrack.
  • Fast respawning after blowing up.
  • Four driving views.
  • Can use the camera stick to look around.
  • In campaign mode, you unlock new weapons, ships, manufacturers, and tracks with your EXP.

Flashout 3 Review Cons:

  • The airbrakes are very sensitive.
  • Campaign events have a lot of laps.
  • You cannot shoot backward.
  • No customisation.
  • Doesn’t feel like it needs the aspect of the characters.
  • No online modes.
  • Doesn’t have any leaderboards for online time chasing.
  • No healing items.
  • Hitting the walls does a lot of damage.
  • Feels like it’s missing something in every game mode.

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Flashout 3:

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Developer: Jujubee S.A

Publisher: Jujubee S.A

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Sound - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Accessibility - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Length - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Fun Factor - 8/10


Flashout 3 is a wipeout game in every way except the name, Wipeout Lite of you like. An anti-grav racer full of charm, speed, and weapons that is surprisingly accessible yet still maintains its speed and difficulty. I love how the EXP system works whereby doing things will earn the EXP and then that will unlock new ships and tracks. The weapons are set before a race and then they have a cooldown meaning you can always have something to fire! It seems odd though that it has no online interactions at all like leaderboards or multiplayer. The game does support split screen so there are ways to get a session going but it’s less than ideal, even the remote play Co-op thing Steam does would have been good. The tracks are all very neon with a lot of corners and ramps but outside of that, it’s not that groundbreaking. The music is excellent but no real standouts and the controls are tight, I would argue that the airbrakes are ridiculously sensitive but that could just be me. Flashout 3 is a worthy anti-gravity racer and in a world where we may never see another Wipeout game, it’s good to see a game that has picked up the baton and smashed it home.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!