Front and rear wheel steering? Really? I think ...
13 September 2014
Summary: Front and rear wheel steering? Really? I think the first Monster Jam games were easier to play for a younger audience and the control scheme in this one over complicated things. I will probably sell this so I don't have to hear the kids complain about how hard it is.
Summary: the monster jam path of destruction only starts you with two track modes. on the package it says you can create your own monster truck but you can not.on the package it also says you have 28 monster trucks but you start out with only 3.
Summary: My brother-in-law recommend this to me. I was so looking forward to playing this as I'm a big monster truck fan. Although the game initially looked very good on screen, I found the playability very lacking. There is a significant lag between your input to the controller and what you see onscreen.
Summary: I dont play this game because it belongs to my boys, they love it. But i will have to agree with most of the reviewers here, the graphics are not great and the steering on this game is not great.
Summary: I was disappointed with thsi game. The graphics are lousy and the continual scream of engines gets on the nerves. I guess I should have considered what kind of game I was buying but I still think this one is weak.
Summary: A few things about the game, the controls are horrible, steering is poor at best. I can never win a race or let alone have a chance of winning because of the oversteer on these trucks. I'm 34 and me and my son whose 5 play this game, he has fun driving around and wrecking things.
Summary: this is not as easy to play as it looks. First of all you can't treat it like you're in a race car because if you go fast you'll lose control. You have to go extra slow in order to make your turns. I found that the padded sticker on the wheel causes glue streaks on the remote control sensor.