Summary: I got Motorstorm RC primarily for my Vita, but as it's a crossbuy I also tried it on PS3 and it's surprisingly much better version. Visually it's much more detailed, framerate is faster, controls are more tight and responsive and there is a local multiplayer. Basically all the things I've been missing on the Vita version and it made me like the game even more.
Summary: Motorstorm RC is actually a perfect game for a portable device. It is filled with short races that range between 10 seconds and a minute and a half. Load times were fairly minimal (minus the startup) which made jumping into races and restarting a near seamless experience. For a free game I am little surprised at the quality and the amount of content there is. I haven't bought any of the Motorstorm RC is actually a perfect game for a portable device.
Summary: While the game does have some generally fun game-play- and a well integrated online element- it falls apart in later play because of an extreme spike in difficult and a general malfunction in controls.
Summary: When was the last time we got such a steal of a game? For under five quid, you get a handfull of tracks, vehicles, festival events- all tied together by a Micro Machines/ Mashed inspired racer. Though the original control setup is unwieldly, if you change the controls so that the accelaration and braking are handled with the R and L buttons respectively, you will have a greater When was the last time we got such a steal of a game?
Summary: Motorstorm RC is a cheap game which didn't seem much at first, but after a few minutes...it became brilliant. The game uses your friendslist in a competitive way which makes you keep wanting to beat your friends time. Upon playing a certain map, ghosts (which are colored lines in this game) of your friends will race with you and it makes every race just that little bit better.
Summary: Great little game. Although it doesn't pack a Motorstorm feel, it is a challenging, fun and beautiful game. What you see is what you get: remote controlled cars racing around. The graphics are good, the sound effects are good and the game is quite difficult sometimes, I must say. The developers use traditional Motorstorm backgrounds, such as ice and jungle, and it works pretty well as a Great little game.
Summary: Very good fun! I'm surprised that a spin-off can be as good, if not better, than the main games! Two different control schemes, lots of levels, medals to unlock, and four different types of race. Near the end its a bit repetitive, but it's a racing game, so you can't expect tons of variety. Very nice game and cheap too! Recommended!
Summary: I have just finished getting a platinum trophy for this game and loved every minute of it. This game is very addicting with the leaderboards both global and between friends keeping you going back for more just to shave that extra half a second off your time. The graphics are not bad at all, they could be better but with the top down view there is not much that can be improved.
Summary: Graphics are OK, framerate it's a bit stuttery sometimes but always inside playable fields... Some jaggies here and there on cars... But funny and adictive, makes me remember the micromachine games from the NES.