Rollerdrome - How to enter Super Reflex

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There are a lot of mechanics in Rollerdrome that help you out. Slowing down time to be more precise with your shots is vital to getting high scores, but you can take it even further. To help you reach the top of the leaderboards, we've got a guide on how to enter Super Reflex in Rollerdrome.

Super Reflex is an altered version of Reflex Time, where you slow down time to take out House Players quickly. In Super Reflex, your damage is increased, but starting it isn't something you can always do.

For more on Rollerdrome, be sure to check out our review. We also have a review of the latest OlliOlli World expansion, which is the other game from Rollerdrome's developers.

How to enter Super Reflex in Rollerdrome

Essentially, you enter Super Reflex in Rollerdrome when you combine a perfect dodge with entering Reflex Time.

To do a perfect dodge, you need to press circle to dodge when you see an enemy's attack indicator turn white. When the red beam of a sniper's aim turns white or the area of attack on the floor turns white, you can dodge and it'll count as a perfect dodge.

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On its own, a perfect dodge doesn't really help you, but immediately press L2 to enter Reflex Time and you'll enter Super Reflex. You'll then be able to do extra damage to enemies for a short period of time. Much like normal Reflex Time, though, you only have a short period of time in Super Reflex before you need to wait for it to recharge.

Therefore, it's important to not just dodge wildly whenever you see some red. Try and time all of your dodges so that you can make the most of Super Reflex. Don't panic and roll around as you'll end up rolling into danger.

Some of the challenges in the game ask you to do certain things while in Super Reflex, so not only will knowing how to do it help you get a higher score, but it'll help you unlock the later levels in Rollerdrome.

At the end of the day, starting Super Reflex is also a really satisfying part of Rollerdrome's combat, so you'll want to do it as often as you can.

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