Excerpt: As David Jaffe’s brainchild, you can expect the following from Calling All Cars! : fast cars, crazy weapons, and a variety of locales to drive at. With the advent of QORE, Sony Computer Entertainment of America’s monthly interactive magazine for the PSN, Calling All Cars! is being included in the annual subscription. This means that many gamers will be finally be playing it for the first time, having missed out when it originally launched in 2007. Calling All Cars!
Conclusion: This is a game that, for all intents and purposes, is an online experience almost exclusively -- or at the very least a multiplayer one. Yes, there is a single-player component, but it's the warm up. The real fun here is in playing against other people.
Excerpt: When David Jaffe made it clear that he was done directing huge epic games, many people called bluff…that was until Calling All Cars was announced for the PSN as his next project. Helping to prove that the downloadable game space is the next big thing, Sony Santa Monica and Incognito, two big time Sony 1st party developers, have developed an excellent multi-player experience, and one of the top downloadable titles available.
Conclusion: Ce petit jeu, situé entre Off Road Racer et Twisted Metal fait son petit effet. Jouable et plutôt marrant, il reste tout de même très limité en termes de contenu et de jouabilité. De tout ça découle une durée de vie faiblarde, problème légèrement atténué par son mode 4 joueurs. De plus, son prix de huit euros reste un peu excessif compte tenu du temps que vous y passerez dessus.