Reviews and Problems with 18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker
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4 September 2010
Summary: This game will have received much bad press I'm sure for it's lack of depth and the shortness of the 'campaign' part of the game. However the main point of this game is commonly glossed over or chosen to be ignored by those that do not enjoy it.
Here's the Big Boys of the road! (18 wheels in all)
10 October 2002
Summary: O.K here it is, although this game is not offically out for the ps2 and dreamcast, I have had the chance to play a demo version of the 18 wheeler on the dreamcast. and if the real thing is anywhere near a good as the demo version which I might ad has very limited use, it was on the whole great to to...
Summary: This game is so bad it makes Simon Cowell look friendly.Ok you can drive big trucks but not for long becouse it says game over before you take the second turn.The controls are appalling you have to press L2 to go.This is by far one of segas worst games if youre looking for a good arcade game try...
Summary: This game has no depth to it and in the end is a pointless experience. The trucks bounce off each other like rubber ducks! You could finish it all in a few hours if you could be bothered. It's very sluggish .. but then driving a truck probably is! Don't waste your money on this!
Summary: You may remember going into the amusements and wasting all your money on 'Sega Rally' or some other arcade game like it. Well, by buying this game, you are also wasting your money. It's too much like an arcade game. Everything is timed, even selecting the truck.
It's based off of the arcade version, so what were you expecting?
P. Marck, Amazon
9 October 2002
Summary: Normally an arcade game is quite short, so you should have known what to expect from this, but moving on... I've always loved this game, the gameplay is highly fun, addicting, wreckless and fun so despite the game itself being short I'm sure if you ever intend on purchasing this you'll enjoy it.