Excerpt: OK, I’m a beaten man. I said that the GBA would never play host to a really playable 3D title and since the console hit the shelves, I’ve sat here feeling far too happy about the fact that my prediction looked to be coming true. Then, a port of Microsoft Studios’ PC hit, Monster Truck Madness was announced for the system. Will it be isometric’ Surely! 3D, you say’ Bet it’s slow and’what do you mean, ‘It’s not” Far from it.
Excerpt: I'll admit that when first assigned Microsoft's Monster Truck Madness, I wasn't too eager to break open the box. Having never attended an actual Monster Truck event, I imagined fairground stadiums with their typical patrons - beer swillin', tobacco spittin', hicks from the Midwest - who love anything with big tires and lots of horsepower. I didn't expect a game based on the sport to be any more sophisticated.
Excerpt: Monster Truck Madness was a game released on the PC in 1996. That makes it a seven-year old game. To be honest, when it first came out, I didn't really know what the entire buzz was about. It was a fun, but not necessarily the most interesting racing game out there. There were deeper simulations available at the time, like Papyrus' IndyCar series. I still don't get the reason why we need to 'race' monster trucks around.
Excerpt: THQ is looking to bring a little racing action to your GBA, and Monster Truck Madness is a surprisingly fun title. Don't look for any breathtaking innovation, but if you're looking to fire up some Monster Trucks kart-racer style, read here first.
Conclusion: Donc si vous aimez les petits jeux d’arcade forts sympathiques et si vous suivez comme des dingues les courses de Monster Truck à la télé comme certains fans suivent le catch. Vous serez ravis de retrouver vos belles bêtes préférées et de pouvoir jouer enfin à un bon jeu de camion sur GBA !