Reviews and Problems with Indianapolis 500 Legends
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NDS Review - 'Indianapolis 500 Legends'
27 June 2009
Summary: Are you ready to careen around the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a hand-built 1960s speed machine that hits speeds of nearly 180 mph, yet rides only 7 inches off the ground? Can you survive a moving minefield of crashes, spinning cars, rolling tires, oil slicks and 32 rivals competing for the perfect racing line?
This game would have made a good book or documentary, but it doesn't make a good game
Cheat Code Central
5 July 2008
Conclusion: Indianapolis 500 Legends is not for everyone. Although it's an arcade racer that virtually anyone can pick up and play, the excitement of driving around the same old track, year after year, wears off in a few hours. Even if you're a hardcore race fan, the lack of a complex control scheme forces me to suggest this as a rental.
Summary: With its poor controls, ugly graphics and limited track list, Indianapolis 500 Legends is not one of the better Nintendo DS racing games. Then again, it's not one of the worst. This game does a few things well, but none of it can save it from being just another average racing game with an interesting gimmick. This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Summary: As far as racing games with only one track goes, Indianapolis 500 Legends isn't half bad. Unfortunately its limited scope makes it difficult to recommend over some of the better racing games on the console. This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on. However, that does not always apply to classic/retro games.