Summary: This game is quite fun at first. But once you get past the novelty of flinging the driver of your car out of the front windshield at high speed you realize there is very little variety in the game and the graphics are sub par
Summary: This game is ok. Not the best out there. For the price it was good. With extra bonus level you can get a good amount of enjoyment. Codes add to this. Enter giveall, givemoney and then ragdoll as name to unlock stuff. If you want to have more fun go out and get burnout3 or newer they are more fun.
Summary: I was sooo looking forward to this game because I already went through 4 careers of Eve of Destruction and wanted something a little bit more. BOY was I disappointed! With all the hype about realistic crashes and the ragdoll effect, which are great in and of themselves, but you don't get enough of...
Summary: Flat-Out is a very fun game. I liked it particularly due to the fact that the driving is quite exciting. The cars are cool, handling and steering is quite responsive, all in all, very fun. If there's a draw-back, and mind you it's only a small one at that..
Summary: 5 at best. If the racing mode was anything decent and not a stupid pile of gliches and cheap AI, the game might be decent. As it is the game is a big jumbled mess, the car upgrades do CRAP to the actual control and speed. The worst part is the actually redeamable part, the stunt mode.
Excerpt: There are two main modes to the game. Racing and the bonus games. The racing modes start off with banger racing style cars, then progresses to nicer derby cars and eventually to the high end street race cars.
Excerpt: Flatout was released for general sale in the UK in July 2005. Modes include Quick Race, Career and Time Trial. The Career involves races (dirt track and tarmac), destruction arenas and smaller driving games. The quick races involve any one of these (your choice).