Reviews and Problems with TOCA Race Driver 2: The Ultimate Racing Simulator
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Toca Race Driver 2
2 December 2005
Conclusion: WOW!! After renting Ridge Racer, I fancied a more realistic racing game, so this game was next on the list. I wanted realistic- I got it! When there is sand either side of the track it is so nerve-racking as one tyre off the track and you go spinning.
Conclusion: Toca Race Driver 2 is a GREAT racing sim, the damage models are AMAZING for the PSP (i new it was a great machine, but this is just unbelivable). Better than Gran Turismo PSP? Only time will tell!
Summary: A fun game, very different to Gran Turismo because the cars can be damaged and there is a career path to follow - not an alternative to GT as I find myself playing GT when I just want to "drive" but the career mode is challenging with each stage teaching you something new.
Summary: Ive had toca 2 for about 9 months, 88% complete, and just cannot get any further! The game follows a storyline that has a Scottish speaking talent scout giving you trials in an Aston Martin. You have to average 3rd place or better over 3 different races to catch his eye.
Excerpt: This game promises to be the ultimate racing simulator on the PSP, and with Gran Turismo due to come out this February, it certainly has a lot to live up to . Like previous TOCA games, it contains many a wide variety of tracks and cars, as well as 15 different types of racing, ranging from street...
Pros: Variety of different racing styles, large array of cars/tracks
Summary: I really, really do like this game. Yes, it's difficult. It's very difficult. You have to practice a track at least ten times or something before you're anywhere near racing on it competitively, and the AI of the other drivers is pretty good too.
Summary: To be able to really like this game you have to be a specific type of person like me. You really have to love cars and racing. Now its not the typical need for speed arcade type of racing when they say it's a simulator it's a simulator.