Summary: I'm not going to insult this game, because it's not TERRIBLE. However, it's not the kind of game that you get addicted to-it's a pretty basic racing game. I wouldn't suggest buying it until you try it out first, to see if it's the kind of thing you would like.
Summary: This games started off with great promise.... until I got through about 10 races and realize that most of the courses were simply made longer for the harder races. It got repetitive really quick to run the same races over and over.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. The game modes include time trial, arcade race, world circuit, and multiplayer mode. You can choose from three cars (in beginner circuit) and up to seven cars to race from in the more advanced circuits. This may be a fun game, but the fun doesn't last long.
Summary: I rate how much I like video games by how much I enjoy it and by how long it takes to win. Ridge Racer is addicting, and I spent plenty of time on it, but found that I'd unlocked all the tours in less than five days. It's hard to win all the tours, though, so that might keep me occupied for a while.
Excerpt: Ridge Racer is a fun PSP racing game that awakens a certain nostalgia for anyone who has played the original games on the PS1 and PS2. There's a lot of positives here - a great soundtrack, impressive visuals, and a whole ton of tracks, but it feels more like a quickly thrown together anthology than...
Summary: Ridge racer 2 is an arcade racer and the 14th in the series, produced by Namco and released during october of 2006. The game is known for its over the top style and big drifts, as well as a host of cool cars and challenging tracks.