Excerpt: Racing games come ten-a-penny, especially on Sony’s little box of tricks. So why on earth do developers keep releasing new racing titles, sequels to driving games that – in short – sucked, and titles that are sure to bomb when they come up against the likes of Gran Turismo 4 ‘ I’m not complaining, since this variety is what keeps our industry alive, and I’m certainly not complaining when a title like Ford Racing 2 pops out of nowhere to surprise me.
Excerpt: I am shocked. Why am I shocked, you ask? I'm shocked because I came into Ford Racing 2 expecting, simply because of its extremely discounted $9.99 retail price, a poorly slapped together, poor excuse of a game, and came out of it with just the opposite. Perhaps it's the game's gratifying rewards or the dead-on difficulty or the varied, well-crafted challenges, but whatever it is, it's got me hooked. Now find out why.
Excerpt: Few racing games are established as either Gran Turismo quality or worthy of a purchase. Ford Racing 2, surprisingly, falls into both of these categories. Not only is the price low for such high quality of a title ($10), but it is also fun, includes great multi-player, and will entertain you for a long span of time.