Summary: Fuel had a chance to be great. A post apocalyptic type setting, with a HUGE open game world you could drive anywhere, do any race you wanted. The problem was it was just not put together quite right. All the pieces just didn't feel like they fit perfectly.
Gimme FUEL, gimme fire, gimme all that I desire!!!
17 September 2009
Summary: It's not much of a challenge to unlock most of the stuff in career mode, but once you get that out of the way, and you have a PSN account set up, the game is a blast to play online with other competitors! If you don't have PSN at your house, get DIRT 2 instead...
Fuel, a fairly decent post-apocalyptic racing game
4 September 2014
Excerpt: Starting off with playing the demo for Fuel I had a great time, it was just a couple races and the starting area to free roam in on or offline but from that I got a really good impression that led me to make the purchase on Amazon for around eight pounds.
Pros: Huge open world, nice vista's, plenty of vehicle choice
Excerpt: The world is torn apart by global warming, civilisation breaks down and the world breaks down into a post-apocalyptic state, this is the world of Fuel. While that all sounds nice, Fuel is your basic racing game with a interesting story thrown on top, there are a lot of nice things in the game, but...
Summary: Fuel is an off road racer. Unlike most it is bit more on the serious side. Kinda like Dirt and the like. Career mode is all about clearing zones. You earn stars by winning races. Earn enough to unlock an adjacent zone and access more races.
Summary: This is a good game and for me and the 14000km2 to wonder about are wonderfull. However the landscape turns to be a little big boring because it's very repetitive. Hoverall for the price is money well spent.
Excerpt: Time to pump up your car with gas as you , explore Fuel, which has the worlds largest ever racing enviroment with a staggering 14,400 square kilometers. The game is set in post global warming America,beset by flooding, hurricanes typhoons and desertifacation, and in these deserted areas racers have...