Summary: When I first bought the X-box, I was delighted with the quality of the sound and graphics with the games. The only downside seemed to be that most of the games on offer were fairly adult, and therefor not suitable for my eight year old daughter to play. Then I found Simpsons Road Rage, priced at around £40, stocked by most X-box games stockists. Obviously, the game is based on the wildly popular cartoon series, an advantage for anything in my family.
Pros: Easy to play and suitable for younger children
Excerpt: "...its pouring with rain outside, the TV has nothing to offer-in the way of entertainment-and turning out means a trip to the local launderette-then the only sensible thing to do is stay in, stay dry, put the kettle on and arm yourself with a mountain of donuts-as you settle down to become Homer, Bart, Marge or Apoo-and lose youself in the sunny, happy world of Springfield.Heck-you can even let all that built-up stress out by mowing down Ned Flanders(I ...
Excerpt: "...X-Box. I put it in the machine and spent the next 20 hours playing the absolutly great game. But after about a week of having it the excitement of it sort of wore off. I had now unlocked all of the levels and was close to unlocking all of the characters. Recently I have got to the point where I had to play about 30 road rages just to unlock a slow tracto( Which is by the way all though slow excellent as Willie drives it). This just became to tedious ...
Pros: keeps you entertained if you have a friend
Cons: towards the end of the one player game there is too large a gap between the amounts of money needed for a prize
Summary: I'm not an avid game player, although I do like driving games, so I'll keep this opinion relatively short. I think this driving game is excellent fun for all ages. There are a few versions on the package as you'd expect, but the main theme is that as one of the many characters you're a taxi driver picking up and dropping off all the other simpson characters around various familiar areas from the Simpson's TV series.