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7.4 out of 10

Test Drive Unlimited

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Reviews and Problems with Test Drive Unlimited

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Overall 1
Gameplay 1
Graphics 6
Sound 10

Don't Waste Your Money

racer79 , GameStop
31 March 2008
  • Summary: Don't waste your money on the PS2 version. Pros: Variety of vehicles to choose from. From Muscle cars to Supercars and they're accurately modeled. Nice open environment to drive in. Nicely done house interiors. Scenery is nice however it doesn't look as good as it does on the other consoles from what I gather. Cons: Controls are non changeable, your stuck with what the developer thought was the best controls. No Manual/automatic transmission mode.
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Overall 2


MoparMan426 "GearHead4Life", Amazon
16 July 2007
  • Summary: Whoever reads this review DO NOT buy this game. Pros-Cool cars and the ability to buy property and upgrade interiors. Cons-Set button configuration;I always try to set my button config. the same way but on here you cant even change it from automatic to standard and the way they made it really really sucks.
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Overall 2

Very disappointed

Sean, amazon.co.uk
13 September 2013
  • Summary: This game arrived late for starters and then when I did arrive I found that it did not even work. Will not even go past the loading page when you put it in the game console
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Overall 2

doesn't work

D. english "dce", amazon.co.uk
25 September 2011
  • Summary: I bought this as a pre owned game, it doesn't work so one big waste of money and two very disapointed children
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Overall 2

Test Drive - Amazingly Limited Compared To X360 / PC

A. McIntyre, amazon.co.uk
19 June 2007
  • Summary: This game really was designed with the next gen console / PC in mind, and really shows the PS2 to be a dead dog. The priorities of some of the features are totally backwards. Take for example the absolute requirement to control the windows. Or a traction control system that has three settings, when in fact it's permanently off.
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