Summary: This is a racing game with a twist. You solve puzzles all the while trying to win a race. The graphics and gameplay are top notch. The replay value is high. Anyone who loves racing games should consider this diamond.
Summary: I was amazed with all of the fun I was having when I started playing Gripshift. Most handheld systems don't have beautiful graphics, aside from this and the Nintendo Ds or lite. I was getting pretty good at it, yet I kept on losing. I decided to go to the next level.
Summary: Presentation - 4.5 Colourful, funky, slick - the production values are high, and the game is attractive. Graphics - 4.0 This is a pretty game. I'm not entirely sure what the PSP is capable of, but I'm pretty happy with what I'm seeing. Frame-rates are solid.
Summary: Most of the reviews I have read about this game have been dead wrong. THey grade the game as a poor racer. Though I would take issue with that, this game is hardly a racer. It is much closer to a brilliant monkeyball game with a twist.
Summary: First thing you must know, this game is not a racer. Everyone knows the PSP has enough racers, and this isn't in that category. It has some racing in it, but its so much more. Its been said before, but its a combination racer, platformer, and puzzle game. The game play is addictive and a lot of fun.
Summary: GripShift fits right in with a couple PC games I really enjoy, MarbleBlast and TrackMania. I don't know why some game sites aren't giving this game a better score. It's got a large variety of suspended tracks with various objectives: a) race throught to get the fastest time, b) pick up all the stars...
Excerpt: The single player mode is where you spend most of your time. In this mode, you can choose to play the game many challenging track, or take on computer-controlled opponents Racing in typical fashion.