Conclusion: Hummer Badlands isn't worth your time, regardless of your affinity for the vehicles. The racing is easy and simplistic, and the off-road mode is too brief to be worthwhile. With so many great racing games on both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, this one might as well not even exist.
Pros: You can drive a Hummer with an American flag and giant eagle head on it.
Cons: Bouncy physics and spotty collision detection, Inane rubber-band AI, Limited selection of tracks and vehicles, Lame multiplayer, The game is way too easy.
Excerpt: My hometown of South Bend, Indiana is home to GM's Hummer. In fact, just a few miles down the road is Hummer's corporate headquarters, as well as a plant. Hummer Badlands is a game built around the Hummer brand. Sometimes branding a product can be a good thing, other times things donÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t turn out too great. Hummer Badlands is in-between the two extremes.