Summary: This game is just an update of Ridge Racer 1 It shares the same game engine, user interace and game design as the previous title, and includes almost all of the elements, cars, and tracks of its predecessor though out the Ridge Racer Series since Playstation One Era.
Summary: This is the sequel to the first RR and the second one to appear of Playstation Portable. The first thing you'll notice when you boot up RR2 in your PSP is that it looks totally the same: the menu, the music, the hud, the male voiceover, the tracks and the cars are all the same.
Summary: In 2006, a year after the release of their first PSP game, Namco returned with their Ridge Racer series. Here we have Ridge Racer 2, complete with disc, manual, and a front cover with a car in front of a blue-fading-into-white background...?!...Look, I've written a lot of reviews!
Summary: I'll keep this short. Ridge Racer 2 on the PSP is a fantastic game. I don't own the first one, but apparently there's not much new for those who've got it. I, however, find this to be an exhilarating, bouncing 3am trip. It's all about the flow, and making your sense go, 'woah'.
Summary: After having played the first Ridge Racer on the PSP I bought the second one in the series and so far nothing has really dissappointed me. The game continues in the footsteps of the original, same controls, same feel and, unfortanetely this is the only bad thing I can say about the game.