Summary: Ok, not much to write, it's Big Foot, what else can i say, you run around a liad out course and run over and through some sheds and scaffolding etc etc...trying to stay ahead of the other trucks.Its a fun game and makes for some halarious moments. Can get tricky and fustrating. It is a bit repeatative, but it is what it is.Still a fun game to play.
First good game featuring Bigfoot since Monster Truck Madness (PC)
D. Mayes, Amazon
30 December 2011
Summary: While it's not the deepest game ever made, it is surprisingly decent and playable. Unlike the previous Bigfoot games, that were mediocre and marketed towards children, this one is more in line with the Monster Jam titles from recent years. There are no traditional "car crush" events, but there is a nice variety of modes across four fictional environments to keep your interest. The Race and Freestyle modes will likely get the most gameplay.
Summary: I purchased the older Wii Bigfoot game ("Collision Course"?) a year or two ago and really just felt let down. This game, however, is vastly improved. The game is extremely realistic and features a variety of the different members of the Bigfoot Racing fleet. The racing is has a fairly natural feel to it and the ways that the trucks move around, over, and through various obstacles and parts of the game environment are seemingly right-on in comparison to the way the real...
Summary: Just got the game today in the mail! My two sons and husband love the game! My boys are 2.5 and 5.5 years old! They had a blast with it! They love to race each other and daddy. They also love that they can crash into anything! It was worth the money! My husband played it when the kids went to bed so he could un-lock more tracks and trucks for the boys to play! I would say it was a great game for younger kids to play!