A good racer, but overshadowed by.....stuff.......
BuuZilla , GameStop
2 July 2012
Summary: People say that Ridge Racer: Unbounded is a terrible game because it feels more like Burnout: Paradise than Ridge Racer, and that it doesn't feel to realistic enough. Well how come games have to be realistic? Why can't games be unrealisitc? Games were supposed to just be free time. I suggest get UNrealistic with RIIIIIIIIIIDDDDDDDGGGGGE RAAAAACEEEEEEER UNNNNNNNNNBBBOOOOOONNNNNEEEEDDDD!!!!!
Summary: Now for me I have been playing Ridge Racer games from the time the 1st one came out. I love all the games. This was a new step for them and it really through me off when I started the game up and it played kinda like Burn-Out or Split/Second. This game did take me a few times playing to really get used to it. After that I have to say it's great game and happy to see they are trying something new.
Summary: I think that that this is a great game, but it has flaws. It has fun mechanics and great gameplay, but i'm not a fan of the lack of realism in the vehicles. I prefer to play simulation racing and this is more of an arcade style game. For what it is Ridge Racer Unbounded is a great arcade racer, but not my preference for a racing game.
Summary: Firstly fans of the series should note that this is completely different to previous Ridge Racer games. It's more like split second or burnout. The next thing to note is the controls are also different to previous Ridge Racer games, most noticalble is the way you drift but once these are mastered the game flows beautifully. The fast paced action coupled with the awesome soundtrack make thisa pleasure to play.
Pros: Easy course editor, Fast game play, Good graphics, Kickin' soundtrack
Summary: Neues Konzept mit großen Neuheiten. Ein Strecken-Editor und eine zerstörbare Umgebung, die neue Abkürzungen schafft, scheinen die neuen Stichwörter für Rigde Racer zu sein. Eine langsamere Framrate sorgt für mehr Grafikpower.