Summary: I really loved this little treasure of a game. Kind of reminds me of Ridge Racer, the original PS1 version. Fun sexy talk from your "girlfriend." Boy she loves to drive fast. And she is "fast" if you know what I mean. I'd pick this one up for some fun racing times. MC White said: Check it out!
Conclusion: Below average arcade racer, tries to copy much from Ridge Racer. While the car handling can be occasionally interesting, the standard race format is dull due to unimaginative tracks and lack of competition from AI cars. There are more interesting race formats such as slipstreaming battles and elimination races, but they aren't frequent enough.
Summary: I'd place this game on a par with Ridge Racer. The graphics are appealing, but frankly the PSP can do better - and has on games such as Burnout or Wipeout. The music is a mixed bag. A few of the driving tunes are rocking, but some are downright annoying. The steering controls are a bit sloppy, but you can make do. Overall Outrun is good, but not great. If you just want some simple minded arcade style racing, Outrun will do the trick.
Summary: This is a perfect port of the PS2 game. It is a very unique formula for a racing game, in which you continue to different areas without stopping. It gives the feel of an adventure-racing game. There are 30 tracks, 15 new ones and all the tracks from Outrun 2 for the X Box. You can play the original Outrun 2 game, or a mission mode where tracks from the 2 games are combined in a series of races.
Summary: Great game to have in your PSP collection. Fun game to pick up and play. It even includes the gameplays from the arcade versions of Outrun. Alot of unlockables forces you to keep going further into the game. Although this game does tend to get repetitive when trying to unlock cars. great fun, but lacks somewhat creativity. don't expect too much more than the arcade versions, but still should keep you hooked for a while.
Summary: I don't think that this is really worth playing on the bigscreen. Arcade racers are slowly fading away for overly technical, confusing, hard racers such as Forza that take too much time to complete. These games are just fun, there's no worrying about tuning your car, and there's no boring race tracks where you race across totally generic race t racks that you wouldn't pay a dime to see in real life. Just put it in, turn it on, and race race race!!!!!!
Summary: I seem to recal seeing only one ad, in a magazine, for OutRun 2006 Coast 2 Coast. Then, I heard nothing. I thought that the game had been cancelled then I saw it at EB games in the clearance bin. After I bought it I was amazed that it had gotten no press what so ever. The graphics were crisp and clean, it sounded great, fairly simple controls, and it only cost me 15 dollars. There are loads of unlockables and I found the game very addictive.
Summary: I'm glad to see OutRun 2006 paid homage to the 1986 arcade classic; I'm glad the PSP port was almost perfect and the graphics, sound and (specially) music stayed true to this great and fun driving game. I was a little dissapointed with the XBOX OutRun 2, because I don't have an XBOX to play it. But this hand-held version is just what I wanted, an more.