Conclusion: Hydro Thunder Hurricane is an excellent racer. If you enjoyed it, picking up the DLC will give you three more levels, a bunch of new boats, and some fancy paint jobs besides. The new levels give some legitimately new experiences, and if you’ve been playing in the meantime, the fact things need to be...
Summary: " Hydro Thunder Hurricane " is a fun little arcade title that will certainly amuse you for a few afternoons. It could have done with a few more tracks, but there is certainly plenty to do. It’s not the best looking or sounding game out there, but the most important thing is that it’s fun to play.
Conclusion: Hydro Thunder Hurricane has got an addictive gameplay with plenty of variety and strategy. Little player-friendly touches like allowing you to restart just an individual portion of a tournament rather than the whole thing really show the play testing.
Excerpt: If, when you load up the trial of Hydro Thunder Hurricane , you feel a pleasant twang of nostalgia upon hearing the announcer boom the words ‘Hydro Thunder!’, then you have to buy this game. Hurricane isn’t just for nostalgic fans though; this is no lazy port of an aging classic.
Conclusion: They do encourage you to try everything the game has to offer. At the end of the day this has been one of the better WP7 games Ive played and I am not much of a racing fan. With tight controls are what makes this game as enjoyable as it is, the only negative is your forced to replay races to unlock...
Excerpt: Hydro Thunder was an arcade hit first, and then a hit Dreamcast launch title. Now Midway brings their popular hydrofoil racer to the PlayStation, and, despite being translated onto a much older console, Hydro Thunder just manages to stay afloat.
Excerpt: Midway's arcade speedboat is ready to race on the Dreamcast! Hydro Thunder's home version may be missing the arcade's bells and whistles, but it still manages just enough of a boost to rocket past mediocrity.