Summary: One afternoon about two weeks back, I had fifteen bucks to blow and wound up at GameStop. I needed a new game to play. Found Blood Drive in the 14.99 and under section for PS3 games. It seemed cheesy, but the box art looked awesome. However, such tactics are often used this day in age: the box art makes the game/dvd seem incredible, but the actual quality of the product sucks. But I took a gamble on this anyways, in the unlikely chance it was a decent underdog game.
Summary: Please note that it requires a network connection to multi-play. It does not play more than one player on a screen (no split screen). This was a disappointment for friends game night. The small print in the details slipped by unnoticed. That aside! Awesome zombie carnage. Great vehicle control and dynamics. Great mission options and playability. Great voice overs for the characters. Lots of replay time.
Summary: The vehicular combat genre seems to have dried up since the PS1 days, but its back with Blood Drive. Ignore the bad reviews, they obviously are not fans of arcade style vehicular combat. My only complaints are that the control layout is a little weird and the game is a little shallow. But thats ok for this type of game. The game makes up for it with style and great graphics. The designs for the characters, vehicles and levels are fantastic. And its fun!!!!!
Summary: Honestly at first the game was fun, but it is extremely repetitive on single player and as of online multiplayer, not many people even play this game. Its probably because the game was not focused on the features rather than just combining Twister Metal and Dead Rising, but the game is descent. I would probably recommend this game if it was under 10$, which it was when I bought it.