The Simpsons: Hit & Run (PS2): Not quite good enough
6 July 2013
Summary: Simpsons hit and run is a sort of racing come free roam game based on the simpsons franchise. You can play as homer, bart, marge and lisa as you run about the city causing mayhem, collecting coins and completing missions, whilst avoiding Cheif Wigam. Its an ok game , but it get lame quickly, as I will now explain.
Simpsons - Hit And Run (PS2): Sadly not a hit you can run with
17 July 2012
Summary: Simpsons hit and run is a driving game which i can sort of describe as grand theft auto, cartoon style, but ultimately it falls short of the mark. You can play as members of the Simpsons family (each with their own unique cars), and basically you earn money various ways, such as doing missions, and destroying things and picking up the coins.
Summary: I would have expected better from the simpsons. it tries to copy GTA but it comes off worse. The cars have unrealistic handling. Whenever you look behind your car, another car appears right in front of you that wasnt there before, which is frustrating. the characters look detailed and the graphics are cool. i dont know why they included a multiplayer. the multiplayer just seems like a rushed aspect of the game.
Summary: I think this game was a complete knock-off of Grand Theft Auto only with a lot less violence and the only funny part is when you hit people and the character says something. The levels are outrageously easy and theres really nothing to do after you beat the game. There are also about forty cars in the game and most of them are stupid. Do not buy this game reapeat do not buy this game it is too easy.
Summary: I found that the gameplay in Hit and Run became boring very quickly. You just keep racing around from point to point. The mini-games are just more racing. The storyline and premises of the game mostly don't make much sense (being 8 and 10 years old why do Lisa and Bart drive around town?). They say that the writers of the Simpsons wrote the story for this game which does make sense given how very poor the shows of recent seasons have been.