Reviews and Problems with Wheels of Destruction: World Tour
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Wheels of Destruction: World Tour
2 May 2012
Conclusion: The battles you encounter in both the single player and online modes are fun and can keep you entertained for a while. However, the gameplay became pretty repetitive after the first few fights. The camera angles stopped me from playing at first, because I grew pretty frustrated with my lack of ability to move correctly. Once I got a handle of that, it lost the rest of my attention and I went on to another game.
Conclusion: Overall, Wheels of Destruction falls short of its mark. The concept behind it was sound but the game failed in execution. On one hand, you have a strong graphics engine and wonderfully crafted levels, but on the other, you have an extremely limited game with only two viable game modes, subpar controls, lag issues and a poorly timed launch, all of which contribute heavily to a negative outlook on the game.
Conclusion: All-in-all, the game can be a lot of fun, but basic gameplay controls and mechanics stifle its ability to really make a lasting impact on you other than one of untimely-rage quitting and frustration.
Summary: Wheels of Destruction: World Tour is the latest vehicular combat game to land on the PlayStation Network from North Californian developers, Gelid Games. This is the team’s first title, however it is team made up of seasoned professionals that have worked on many mobile and console titles. So do all these fine ingredients make for a refreshing game? Let us find out.
Pros: Nice looking vehicles, Has BFG, like all games should, Can be fun if you can find a game
Cons: Levels are too big for 12 players, Online is dead at the moment, offline is too hard, Too Safe, not enough originality or inventiveness
Summary: On pourrait résumer en deux mots : mission accomplie ! Nous avons là un jeu sans défaut majeur, qui offre ce qu’il voulait offrir aux joueurs mais qui malheureusement ne va pas au delà. Pour les amateurs du genre et de jeu en ligne son petit prix sera un sérieux argument à condition de ne pas avoir déjà succombé à un certain Twisted Metal.
Pros: Son prix, Fun
Cons: Peu de modes en multi, Pas d'écran splitté, Mode de direction