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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

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18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker

Playstation Illustrated
6 October 2003
  • Excerpt: I really like big ol' trucks that gleam, with eighteen wheels of paint, grit, metal and muscle. That's the only way to describe the graphics for this original game by Sega . Are the graphics top-notch and perfect? Not quite, but they're good enough that I feel I could trade in my Camry for a Peterbilt right now. You can choose from five individual sharp-looking rigs that catch your eye with their uniqueness.
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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker – Consumer Guide

GameCritics.com
13 December 2002
  • Excerpt: According to ESRB , this game contains: Animated Violence Parents , there isnt much thats offensive about 18-Wheeler other than the dull gameplay. Youve been warned. Fans of Crazy Taxi and other arcade-style driving games are going to be really disappointed with 18-Wheeler . The action is much slower and the experience is far more linear.
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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker – Review

GameCritics.com
13 December 2002
  • Excerpt: With the international success of Crazy Taxi , it only seemed natural that its developer, Sega, would follow up the smash hit with 18-Wheeler , another arcade-style occupational theme videogame. As the title implies, the difference this time around is the switch from driving a limber and high-flying car that cabbied passengers around town to driving a massive truck that transports goods from one location to another.
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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker – Second Opinion

GameCritics.com
13 December 2002
  • Excerpt: I have a couple of theories about Sega. I believe that either Sega does not possess the ability to meld innovation with entertainment or it has just been on autopilot since the launch of the Dreamcast. With the exception of a few milestones in Chu Chu Rocket! , Samba de Amigo , Crazy Taxi , and most of its Sega Sports franchise, Sega's recent highly anticipated releases have failed to live up to expectations.
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Expert Review

CVG
15 May 2002
  • Excerpt: You and I share the highways with them everyday. Sometimes they block exits that we need to use or we are just plain stuck behind them at a light. Everyone who is old enough to sit behind the wheel has undoubtedly had an interaction with the Kings of the Road... the 18 wheelers. They are big and fast and have even been featured as stars of movies as of late (Joyride being the latest) and you don't want to get in their way.
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18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker Review

GameSpot
21 February 2002
  • Excerpt: Mixed among the Virtua Fighters and Daytonas, Sega sometimes has a tendency of releasing rather quirky arcade games--18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker is one example. The arcade version, with its large steering wheel and horn, high/low shifter, and the realistic bounce of the sprawling bench seat, was relatively entertaining.
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5.4
Features 6
5.5
Gameplay 5
5.0
Graphics 7
6.5
Sound 6
5.5
Lifespan 4
4.0

18-Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Gaming Target
10 January 2002
Overall 6
6.0

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

TotalPlayStation.com
3 December 2001
  • Excerpt: I'm not exactly sure what went into the decision making process at Acclaim when they decided to buy a couple of Sega's bigger arcade titles, then being ported or already ported to the Dreamcast, but I'm pretty sure alcohol was involved. Possibly marijuana. The point is, nobody in a non-altered state would plop down good cash for the license to a game like 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker unless they were going to overhaul the crap out it. Which they didn't.
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

TheStar.com
29 June 2001
  • Excerpt: Sega seems to have an advantage as a software developer: they make a great coin-op arcade game, watch it assert itself as a smash hit (or not) and then translate the whole kit and caboodle to a home console (in this through Acclaim) where it enjoys a second day in the sun. Such is the case with 18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker, a mean, diesel dirty truck race game of big rig proportions.
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Overall 6
6.0

18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker

Evergeek
29 June 2001
  • Excerpt: Sega seems to have an advantage as a software developer: they make a great coin-op arcade game, watch it assert itself as a smash hit (or not) and then translate the whole kit and caboodle to a home console (in this through Acclaim) where it enjoys a second day in the sun. Such is the case with 18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker, a mean, diesel dirty truck race game of big rig proportions.
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