Summary: Very cool game, got it for a new jeep owner, for "inspiration". Good graphics, pretty accurate vehicles. Has some of the new Jeep concept vehicles along with the classics. Only played about 2 hours, but seemed pretty cool. Doesn't show damage, or other "in depth" gaming details, but it's still cool. Like playing the world tour racing arcade games where you race through all kinds of different country.
Summary: This is amazingly fun. The more that you play it, the more fun it gets. You can unlock new vehicles, and new tracks. It takes skill to unlock the new vehicles, which makes it fun. My daughter loves it. I am usually not much into games, but I really enjoy playing this with my daughter. In the tournament mode, we watch each other play it, in hopes that one will unlock a new vehicle. Great game.
Summary: I looked on other sites for reviews on this game before I bought it, and funny comments on it really made me laugh, but the funniest was "This game is NOTHING like driving a real jeep", well of course not dummy, it's a game, therefore meaning it has no bearing on the actual performance of a real life vehicle. That's the problem I've noticed with alot of games, people want them to be lifelike, and more like a life experience, than a game, Games are for fun people!
Summary: First let me say that I am a 55-year-old female who was racing against her (reckless) 61 year old brother and we had a blast! However, I may understand some of the negativity this game is getting regarding the handling of the Jeeps. In the beginning of the game you are only given a choice of 4 vehicles. (You earn more choices as you improve.) Directly under each selection there is information about each vehicle's speed and handling.
Summary: The graphics are quite basic but my petrol head kids think it is awesome. They can crash the jeeps and they show damage, such great value for money. My two choose this over mariokart and cars 2 every time.