Reviews and Problems with Ford Bold Moves Street Racing
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Ford Bold Moves Street Racing
The Armchair Empire
20 November 2006
Conclusion: performance of your team as a whole. The game includes solo, team, and championship modes as well as split-screen multi-player for two players. There is a tutorial mode and some challenges also, but no online mode is included.
Conclusion: Admittedly there are a couple of things that this game gets right. Some of the modes offer better than average features and a couple of the options to explore are interesting. Beyond those two saving graces Ford Bold Moves Street Racing is a below average title that will be finding its way into...
Excerpt: Despite that, I've got to give the developers credit for trying something new here. They could have just stamped out a completely generic racer, but they didn't, and their effort paid off. The execution of the real-time teammate switching is superb.
Conclusion: The presentation in Bold Moves is straightforward and unglamorous. The cars themselves look fine, and there are no frame rate issues to complain about. The race environments--mostly urban reproductions of Los Angeles and surrounding areas--are dull, lifeless, and an absolute bore to look at (which,...
Pros: Team concept is a good one, car models look fine, Ford is way better than Chevy.
Cons: Stupid artificial intelligence, damage and collision models underwhelming, even toughest races are easy to win, little variety to tracks, little sense of speed.
Conclusion: Though there are some very solid concepts in place here, the execution feels unnecessarily limited. With better AI, more cars, and perhaps just a little more variety, this could have been a game that bucked the trend of budget releases. COULD have.