Good except staying neutral with other drivers is difficult
12 January 2013
Summary: The game is good and accurate, one of the only games with an actual ongoing career. My only complaints are the Craftsman Truct series is difficult to steer, and when you start a career, 10 races and everyone on the track is a "rival". Even your own team mates. This happens when you either hit a car lightly twice, constantly alternate between two positions for a long time, or obviously if you wreck him. The third one makes sense.
Summary: For max enjoyment of NASCAR, start with the modifieds to learn the steering, then progress to the cup cars. Pretty cool game, all in all, I bought this game while in hospital and the first coupla days my nurses bitched at me for playing at 2 am, guess they felt i should have been sleeping
Summary: FINALLY! Something that has not been done since NASCAR 2000, NASCAR on the go! The game is good because you can take it on the road, and its all the fun on the console versions, all in a great handheld system. The bad part is that the screen is hard to see. Overall, the game deserves a 4/5.
Summary: I've had the game for about 3 months now and have played it quite a bit. Good graphics, challenging tracks and the fight to the top mode is very challenging. It's a bit tough on the fingers, but that is to be expected for a racing game.
Summary: I've had this game for about a month now, and it is a lot of fun for those that want a more realistic oval racing experience. It's not for everyone though. If you are looking for crazy wrecks and more intense action, I recommend Burnout Legends over this game. Strengths: You can jump right in and play without having to worry about elaborate car setups or qualifying.
Conclusion: Nascar might not be everyone's cup of tea, but this is a great racer in its own right. Great graphics, easy to pick up game play and challenging enough to keep you interested. If you're a nascar fan, you'll love it even if the cars and drivers are now 2 seasons old.