Summary: This game is amazing, I don't understand why this gets low reviews. The only problems with this game is 1. Stiff controls (which as time goes on you will get used to.) 2. Confusing tracks (sometimes you won't know where to go). Other than that the game and if you like CTR or Mario Kart type games you should rent it.
Summary: If you like racing games this is probably the most challenging game for PS2 out there. Over 25 tracks plus you can make your own with about every type of track there is. I gave it 4 stars overall because I think the graphic could of been better for PS2 standards. But it's exceptionally better than the PS1 version. Just try it. I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
Summary: This game seems to be basically an enhanced version of Revolt from the PS1 and they seem to have done a fairly decent conversion job too.The controls have been well improved and most of the worlds have been enhanced to take on some ( if by no means all ) of the PS2s hardware.Fun Theme park worlds and little racing buggys make this a real fun game in single and two player mode.
Summary: If you liked Crash Team Racing, you will like this game. Gives you a small arsenal of weapons, like CTR, but this one even lets you create your own map! Handeling may be a bit squirrly, but what do you expect from an RC Racecar? Graphics are along the line of Spyro: Ripto's Revenge.
Summary: With a large number of racing games available for the PS2, RC Revenge Pro brings a refreshing twist to the racing world. From a balanced variety of RC cars to choose from, multiple championship races, time trials, and even a track editor, it makes the game a must have. And just when you think that you have mastered a track, you have to learn to deal with the many weapons that are available that could possibly fry your electronics, stick you in a puddle of goo, trap you...
Conclusion: El Caballero kann man als die Legekarten-Variante von El Grande bezeichnen. Im Unterschied zu El Grande besitzt es eine dynamisch wachsende Spielkarte wie Carcassonne. Der Unterschied zu Carcassinne wiederum ist, daß man ständig versuchen muß, die Mehrheit in den gerade wachsenden Gebieten zu erlangen, wie es eben in El Grande übliche Spielmechanik ist.