Excerpt: The Micro Machines name is synonymous with two things, that being toy cars and gaming. The toys were a craze that swept throughout the land, and were renowned for their miniature size (they were a mere 1.5 inches in length on average and much smaller than matchbox vehicles).
Excerpt: There was a time when you weren't anyone in the school playground unless you had some Micro Machines in your pocket. Like the Pokemon cards and Yu-Gi-Oh cards that followed, the tiny little vehicles were a toy phenomenon.
Conclusion: So if you’re tired of the usual racecar gaming of driving, bumping and buying – take a breath of fresh air with the Micro Machines V4 and enjoy racing in a miniature perspective. Top Gaming Moment:
Conclusion: I would have loved to see this as the sort of ReVolt-style update that nostalgic gamers could go nuts over. The concept of taking little racers and placing them in the real world is so rife with good material, but MMv4 never pulls it off convincingly.
Conclusion: The sheer number of cars and tracks in Micro Machines V4 is impressive, but the actual racing just hasn't held up over the years. Some of the tracks are cleverly designed and are genuinely interesting, but even then, the frustrating camera and loose handling of the vehicles can make for a trying and...
Pros: 750 cars to collect, Some of the tracks are cleverly designed.
Cons: The camera angle makes it impossible to tell where you're going most of the time, Generic, uninteresting vehicles, Very little room for error in the challenges.
Conclusion: Micro Machines V4 takes the parts that made the old games fun and bolted some PS2 additions onto it. Most improve the game and the multiplayer is as fun as it ever was. The problems only come when you try to play on your own-the computer will frustrate you to the point of desperation.
Pros: Great tracks, Cool weapons, Excellent multiplayer, Extensive Single player, Sneaky AI
Cons: Graphics not too hot, Camera is frequently, Inconsistent AI.
Summary: Micro Machines V4 est un excellent jeu vidéo très distrayant et amusant. Etant un grand fan de la série depuis l'époque de la MegaDrive, j'ai trouvé cet épisode très convainquant par rapport au dernier sorti sur PS2 (édité par Atari).