Reviews and Problems with Cart Fury: Championship Racing
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Holy toledo, what a dog...
S. D. WILLIAMS "Eagle-Eye For Quality Material", Amazon
31 December 2008
Summary: Please don't purchase this game - new or used. Under any circumstances. Period. Ever. Now that that is out of the way-if you can find an old copy of CART World Series - buy that instead. Even as a 1997 PS1 game, it has a helluva lot more to offer than this worthless piece of garbage.
Really under the expectations, after read other's review
29 March 2004
Summary: I don't understand what all this people are thinking?.. if you are looking for a formula 1 race game, I don't recommend this game. It's fast I addimited that. But there is no realistic play conditions. You get tried really fast because there isn't challenge ...
Summary: In my opinion this is hands down the best racer for PS2. CART Fury has some great game play, cool graphics and some cool sub game modes to dabble in. My first question was whether it would offer enough depth with knowing it was converted from an arcade game.
Summary: There's little middle ground when it comes to deciding whats good and whats bad on the PS2 these days. (...) This ones right up there next to Capcom vs SNK2. Dont buy it. Unless you're under 12. And even then go buy GT3 and grow up frustrated forever!
Summary: Midway's Cart Fury is a great game. This game plays alot like Midway's other arcade hit Hydro Thunder. There are a few similarities such as secret paths, power ups, and it being incredibly challenging. There are quite a few differences, which are all good.
Summary: I was an avid fan of Indy-style racing long before the CART/IRL split, so I figured I would enjoy CART Fury. However, I love the game primarily because it gets AWAY from simulation-style racing games. At 60fps, the action is fast and furious.
Summary: Reading some of the other reviews kind of surprised me. There were a lot complaints about the "unrealism" and how it "shouldn't have CART in the title". I guess I went into this realizing it was from Midway. I have never bought a Midway game looking for realism.