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Test Drive Review

IGN Entertainment
11 March 2010

Test Drive Review

17 January 2003
  • Excerpt: Infogrames' long-lived Test Drive games is still around, in spite of the fact that the series has never really earned a great deal of critical acclaim. From the onset, the latest iteration of this surprisingly resilient series seems to offer little more than its ancestors. Yet there's something about this version of Test Drive--entitled simply "Test Drive"--that puts it ahead of its predecessors.
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Test Drive

The Armchair Empire
1 July 2002
  • Conclusion: again, with some minor wrinkles to the same basic arcade racing as in previous Test Drive incarnations. There’s a good selection of sweet-looking and fast-moving automobiles in TD. Nowhere near the total you would find in Gran Turismo, but what Test Drive has is both a favorite of mine and I’m sure of many others: the good old American muscle car.
  • Cons: - Lee Cieniawa
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Test Drive Xbox Review

6 June 2002
  • Excerpt: Test Drive starts off as an impressive Xbox game. It has no pretenses, and it doesn't try to be anything other than what it is--a purely arcade-style racing game in the vein of Cruis'n USA and San Francisco Rush, meaning crashes are practically harmless and the laws of physics hardly apply. And it's fun for a while. The problem is that it's far too arcadelike for its own good, and it really only lends itself to short amounts of time spent playing.
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Expert Review

4 September 2008
  • Excerpt: Introduction This time around Atari has really changed the standard Test Drive formula to a new evolution of racing. Test Drive: Eve of Destruction will not feature any scenic city drives or simple race scenarios. Eve of Destruction, like its title is all about destruction, speed and no fear.
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