Summary: this is just how i remember it all the violence and gore i got from my twisted metal and gta games this was just a cool story and i loved every minute of it and get joy out of playing it over and over.
Summary: There is nothing bad about a GTA clone, this one here puts you in a city where you can either roam freely, or do missions, just like in GTA. The game-play is very simmilar, only you are stuck to the car, you can not get out or steal other cars etc... your vehicles are tricked out with weapons, you unlock what you can afford, but eventually you unlock nitro boosts, and a few other gadgets.
Summary: i bought this expecting more a racing style game like twisted metal or vigilante 8, but the game is more like grand theft auto mixed with twisted metal. there isn't any racing, the missions and gameplay are much closer to gta. its a bit more limited than gta because your character never leaves the car, but the game certainly follows that style.
Summary: Road Kill is a game with self explanatory title and general plot line. You are Mason Strong, a complete nobody that has a talent for operating any and all manner of car, truck, and van etc. Also, each vehicle has its various strenghs and weaknesses (as is the case with any sort of video game). For extreme destruction impluses that a gamer may have, this title can address those very handily.
Summary: For 19.99, you CANNOT go wrong with this game. Heed the 'M' rating, because it is rude, crude and lewd, lots of gore (pedestrians often get stuck in/under your vehicle and get dragged, while their blood actually spatters the screen for a few seconds), so say "No" to the kiddies. This game is basically what it claims to be on the box, "Twisted Metal: Black meets GTA...".
Summary: What's great about this game is that you can pretty much ignore the missions for as long as you need to and just perform randoms acts of violence. It would have been great if there was a way for you to switch weapons, as opposed to using the last item you picked up.