Summary: Game is rated Everyone, but our kids don't enjoy playing it. There are too many bugs in the game where things work maybe one out of three times, such as jumping while racing. Also the graphics is pretty poor. We have some video games going back as far as 2007 and the graphics in those games is much smoother and the bugs have been worked out. Would not recommend.
Turbo: SSS, not the racing game you might have anticipated
J. Cummings "Somewhere in PS2 land", Amazon
27 August 2013
Summary: Much like Turbo, the movie, was a disappointment in the movie theater, such is the life of Turbo: Super Stunt Squad. You might have thought you'd be racing with the different characters. Instead, you'll be playing a very shallow, poor Tony Hawk impersonation of a game. In other words, skateboarding minus the skateboard. Yes, that's right. Advancement in Turbo: SSS involves you pulling tricks, picking up scattered items, and trying to find your way around each level.
Summary: For some reason I thought there would be a bit more to this game other than
snails just doing skateboarding type stunts but without the skateboard. I kind
of had this vision of them racing. However, our 5 and 6 year old boys think
it's alright so that's good. Thank you Mighty Ape for the fast delivery and
great packaging. Great service:) Bryce, Napier.
Summary: This game really surprised us, as it was fun, easy to follow and even our
teenagers enjoyed playing it! It was purchased as a gift for our 6 year old,
but I have (on numerous occasions) had to “steal” it back from the