Summary: The game play doesn't really give you much more then....3.2.1..Go. with no instruction of what your goal is. But the idea of smashing cars and launching a body through the air is kinda cool once you figure out how to.
Summary: I recently bought this game through Amazon and have found it challenging, but fun one time. The steering of the car is sensitive, so it does take some time to get used to it. It takes little movement with the wheel to steer the car. I have not been pleased with the cars and the graphics are not that great. There are not that many races, so the games is pretty short.
Summary: If you're like me, you play Flatout for the stunt games. While I think Flatout for the Wii would be great, this version just falls flat. People familiar with the game should know... 1. There is NO instant replay. The replay was great for when you're playing with friends and someone gets their driver to suffer an exceptionally painful landing. Not having this removes a lot of the fun, especially since the "driver" is extra, extra floppy in this game. 2.
Summary: Whenever I see a game listed for [...] I normally think it is going to be lame. But as a huge fan of the Flatout series, I just had to try this, even though my expectations were low. Let me start out by saying Flatout has some of the best graphics I have seen on the wii. I was really quite impressed with this. There are 3 or 4 game modes, but I think most people will be sticking to the stunt mode and battle arena (I know I am!
Summary: I purchased this game and the quality is amazing, especially for a Wii. The graphics are the best to be seen on a Nintendo Wii system, the physics are very cool to play with, and most of the gamemodes are worked out very nicely. Especially the two player stuntmode is hilarious, a must-try: I've let two of my (girl)friends play this mode, and while one was trying to steer slowly & carefully the other one steered way too much / started drifting and also the other direction...