Summary: I logged countless hours playing this game these past couple of years. It kept me addicted to it. However I think its story mode is lacking substantially, and crash damage could be a little more realistic. The best part about this game is the always online mode. It's brilliant. Online is a huge part of this game and that plus being being able to cruise two real world islands is what makes it a worthwhile purchase.
Summary: This game is really fun! And the graphics and environments are very vivid and well done. The game mechanics are pretty solid too I think for most vehicles I've driven but I did notice some of the cars don't handle well and are difficult to control while others seem fine. I like how you are basically always online with other racers - the individual gameplay and online play flow together well.
Summary: What about driving the most deluxe car in world in the most exotic islands in world, if you are interesting on realistic race, TDU2 not just bring you this but also bring you a very interactive way of spending time. fast cars, clubbing, online race party, ofline exotic houses, expensive clouth and very challenging mission...
Enjoyable, on and off-line (or road for that matter)
B. A. Barrington, Amazon
14 July 2011
Summary: The first thing you will notice is the text in the game. If you don't have a large screen television, you will find it very difficult to read. In most cases it is just a collection of small blurs in the corner of the screen. This can be very frustrating, especially at the beginning of the game when those small blurs are supposed to be helpful hints. The second thing that I noticed was that the mini map was slightly disorienting.
Summary: I really like this set, but b/c the things are "game" size and not full size it still didn't really help me bet lost in the experience. But it does make it a bit easier to keep a good reference point for if I'm twisting or leaning the controller when I shouldn't be.