Excerpt: If you’ve played many handheld titles over the years, you’ve probably found that many aren’t as enjoyable as one would hope. At their best, they’re often stripped down versions of the games you’d rather be playing on your television.
Excerpt: There’s an old phrase that says “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” There are plenty of examples where designers develop a formula that seems to do well, prompting others to build somewhat on their design or to copy their ideas entirely.
Excerpt: Considering the course medium is almost entirely made up of water, the graphics in JetX2O are pretty good. Nothing special, mind you, but the levels are nice to look at and the wave effects are done quite well.
Excerpt: At first glance, "Jet X20" has obviously been done before, with games such as "Splashdown". Its "extreme" attitude has been covered better by games such as "SSX Tricky". However, peer beneath the surface of the game, and many might agree that there are at least some aspects of this game that are...
Excerpt: When you think about it, there's not really a lot of competition in the water-based racer category, just like there aren't many options if you're looking for a game that will allow you to mix music on your Playstation 2, or whatever niche activity you might enjoy.
Excerpt: In the tradition of other EXTREME! titles, JetX2O is filled with trash-talking competitors from around the globe and what better place to pit your “skillz” against them than a World Tour Mode. The WT mode is a combination of tricks and straight up racing.
Summary: Sony's latest racer Jet X2O might not win
any awards for originality but it is a fun and challenging game. The goal here
is speed, though you can perform some really cool stunts for extra points and
Excerpt: After Sony released the disappointing racer, Kinetica, I was not very eager to try out Jet X 2 O. While Kinetica was a spin-off on Extreme G and WipeOut Fusion, Jet X 2 O takes the racing of WaveRace and mixes in the tricks, combos, and 쳭ack talkingrom SSX.