Conclusion: A cross between Carmageddon and Destrustion Derby. A lot of fun especially Kamikaze mode - 16 cars going round a track (8 in one direction and 8 going in the other). There are also 1000's of body kits, rims, decals and upgrades avaliable.
Conclusion: a member on this forum asked me to write a review of the FPS Judge Dredd which has been out over here for sometime for all you guys to let you know on what you might be missing out on [spoiler="blue"]Not bloody much[/spoiler] anyways here is the review hope you enjoy it if not constuctive critcism only this is my first review.
Summary: The modifications are awful. There are only 4 types of cars and they look like they have been made out of cardoard. The graphics are o.k. but very bland and simple. The a.i. is ridiculas. Say you played a 20 lap race. There are 15 opponents, but in the next few moments they've all blown up and your the ownly one left racing. Though there SOME good points to this game.
Summary: This is one of the most fun games I have ever played! Not the best graphics, limited tracks and crap music and even crapper announcer. Fortunatly you can turn off the music and announcer and listen to the cool engine sounds. What we are left with is a racing game with the most game types ever and the best of the bunch is Kamakazie which is a riot. This game is all about avoiding everyone elses wreckage to win the race.
Summary: Ok I may be in a minority by writing this but i actually like this game. It's not in the same league as burnout 3 or Project gotham racing 2 but i think it is an enjoyable, fun game. I do agree that the graphics are not impressive but they don't make a game alone! I particularly like the Kamakaze mode where 8 car start a race clockwise and the other 8 start anticlockwise and the first to 4 laps wins! A great idea i've never seen before.
Summary: I was quite suprised by the first two reviews here for this game, they were both very negative. I found this game a hell of a lot of fun, and kept playing most days until I had finished most of it. The action is very intense and pure, no race is ever boring and there's plenty of game modes and tracks to keep you interested. I'd say the graphics are pretty good considering how much action is going on on the screen at any one time.
Summary: If there was a Hall of Fame for all time bad racers Crash N'Burn would make the top 10 with ease. The AI cars are brain dead, the collision detection very suspect and the audio is abysmal. The cars don't exactly convince the eye that they are lumps of metal smashing into each other, all they do is convince the eye that they are lo quality computer graphics.