Conclusion: And that sums it up. Fuel Overdose is a game full of wrong turns. From art direction to gameplay, lacking story to lacking track design, it’s a game that never really finds its way to anything that even resembles mediocrity.
Excerpt: Though on the surface the game appears to be just another tour of some established courses where your only goal is to finish ahead of all of your competition, that's not actually the best way to play. Instead, you're expected to chart your own routes while adhering to actual roads only to the extent that is required to pass through the checkpoints. Everything else is up to you. The freedom that this dynamic provides is cool at first.
Excerpt: Fuel Overdose is a car combat game played from a top down/isometric viewpoint. During the first decades of the 21st century a deadly disease known as ‘Lilith’ wreaked havoc upon the population. A cure was found, but it was soon discovered that it was extremely addictive.
Pros: Nice range of vehicle upgrades., Special moves for every character.
Cons: Poor vehicle handling., Poor AI., Incredibly frustrating camera., Problems with spawning., Game engine creaks when pushed., A lack of polish in every area.