Poor graphics & stupid features keep it from being great
11 June 2013
Summary: I think you have to have one of those $200 wheels to do all the races. I can win most with my controller, but some of the higher level ones I can't because there's no way to control the car with a controller properly. I'm disabled & can't afford one of those wheels.
Summary: I was a big fan of TDU 1 and was really looking forward to the sequel. Unfortunately, it was not nearly as good. The cars can be very difficult to control and the licenses, which are required, can be next to impossible to get. I hope if there's a TDU 3 they make it more playable.
Summary: Fun game, I love the open road sections although I really have to complain about the handling of the cars, they seem like they're not capable of handling all of those curves, another thing is I would've like to be able to customize my car's interior even after I left the dealership, and many, if not...
Summary: This game definitely has its flaws. To be quick, it more suited for someone who likes GTA: San Andreas without the violence. You get to go get a haircut, try clothes, buy houses, and test drive cars. You also get to go off roading.
Decent Set. Best for Casual not Hard Core. I own it and Sports Champions
AC "visit my blog booyagadget", Amazon
4 April 2011
Summary: I play a lot of sports champions. Ultimate Cup level.. What this accessory set is good for is helping people overcome the "mental-concept" that they are using a Move Controller. I watch my friends try and play, and i tell them: "Dude, just forget your holding a Move and play like you would in real...