Summary: Fuel is a pretty fun game, and overall a great experience. It has a fantastic open world, Around 15,000 square miles of land. Everyone else seems to say that this game was "Not very well polished" or "Could have been done better". When you see how much time the developers had, and not to mention there budget, Fuel is actually a stunning game. Although it does not have its own music licence, instead plays a generic guitar loop, it is still Very entertaining and fun.
Summary: Muscle cars, bikes, quad bikes, dune buggies, and monster trucks all racing? Sounds like just another racing title. But wait... It's got 5,000 square miles of open wilderness!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fuel is a new racing game with 5,000 square miles of open world to explore, more than 200 events, and around 75 vehicles to drive. Does the huge open world and sheer amount of content enough to recommend this game, or are there better racing titles out there?
Summary: I gave this one try and got seasick, but that's just me. My son said that he really likes this game and it kept him busy a lot this winter. While there are more popular games that pulled his attention, he did come back to fuel over and over, so it was worth the investment. He said he would give it five stars and I though it was a little limited as games go today, so we agreed on four.
Summary: For me, personally, I love open world games and when I found out about this game and how big the map was I hade to rent it. I've played it for about 3 hours now and I am simply amazed. My only complaint is that when you run into trees, thay are like running into a giant boulders; they don't budge. Other than that, the type of environments are incredible, especially with sunrises and sunsets. Canyons, mountains, forests, deserts, oceans, lakes, and more.
Summary: I would have this game a rating of Good. The races are a little tough because the world is so big and not all races are on road. A part that I don't really like are the destination races, where you are times to get to a destination by a certain time, in order to get fuel points. What I do like, is that in free roam where you can go from the dessert, to the forrest and to the mountains. It's pretty insane how big the environment is.
Summary: Great graphics, fun gameplay, amazing atmosphere, MASSIVE size, vareity in areas, and good customization make this game really good. You can either explore the thousands of miles this game has to offer (yes thousands) or do the races, both of which are very fun. Only complaints with the game are some pop ups, the gps can be kinda weird and point in wrong direction and sometimes certain vehicles dont go so fast. Overall this game is a buy, will last you a LONG time!
Summary: I do not know anything about the development history of this game. From playing it I get the distinct impression that it was initially a very ambitious game design that was ultimately hampered by budget and/or time. Let me explain. This is a racing game with one very unusual feature - it takes place in a wide open world in which you can literally go anywhere you like.
Conclusion: Ok. If I'd paid 40 quid for this, I wouldn't have been over the moon. At under a tenner or even for under 20 quid, I've played a lot worse games. The map is stupidly big. You don't get a feeling of the scale until you drive off in one direction for 30 mins and find you've hardly moved across the map at all.