Excerpt: Codemasters' Race Driver GRID turned out to be one of the best Arcade racers ever made when it hit next-gen consoles and the PC earlier this year. We couldn't get enough of its thrilling racing, superb damage modelling and stunning visuals.
Conclusion: With A World of Keflings , developers NinjaBee gave me a nice surprise. I enjoyed the game more than I thought I would and due to this, would recommend people to give it a try even if they have apprehensions.
Conclusion: The presentation in Grid is superb, with the upper screen showing the likes of race position, race time , lap time and so forth, and the lower of the two screens used to show the circuit map and damage indicators.
Conclusion: Extensive online and multiplayer options let players compete in adrenaline pumping four-player races, climb to the top of global online leader boards for every race event, or share up to four individually created tracks with up to four players in the ultimate custom race series.
Conclusion: With great graphics and stellar gameplay, GRID offers DS owners a fantastic console experience on the go. It's more of the same, but with more vehicles, tracks and customisation options GRID will keep all who play it race-happy.
Pros: Some of the best 3D on the DS, Great sensation of speed, A host of things to see and do
Excerpt: Last year's TOCA Race Driver was a great example of what the DS was capable of when pushed hard enough. With GRID, the developer has popped TOCA's hood, tinkered with the engine and produced a racer that somehow offers even better performance.
Conclusion: Race Driver GRID is hampered by its own desire to push the genre onwards and doesn't quite live up to its commendable ideals, but there's certainly enough here to keep most racing fans entertained