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FlatOut Ultimate Carnage UK Review
15 October 2015
Excerpt: There's a moment in FlatOut Ultimate Carnage where, for a split second, it's as if you're competing in a petrol-fuelled episode of It's a Knockout. You're revving the V8 of your tricked-out Mustang and, in the distance, 10 giant bowling pins stand like skyscrapers.
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Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Is FlatOut yet another racing game series from the past generation trying to prove itself on the Xbox 360? Well you can say so yes, after establishing itself as a solid racing gaming on the PS2 and Xbox a few years ago, FlatOut is back and bigger than ever on the...
Conclusion: Graphics 8/10 - nothing special Sound 3/10 - generic engines, don't like the soundtrack at all (but that's my opinion) Gameplay 6/10 - Frustration, but not that bad, laws of physics a bit odd sometimes Overall, I like racing games, but a 6/10 based on what we're trying to do on this site, an 8/10 if...
Excerpt: When coming up with ways to describe FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage it is hard not to start with comparisons to Burnout, if for no other reason than to establish some kind of baseline. They are both arcade-style racing games, and they are both at least as much about smashing things together at high speed...
Summary: If you like your racing fast and furious, with more than a little car-crushing chaos, then FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage will definitely satisfy your needs. If you like your racing a little more civilized, you might want to check out something like
Excerpt: FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage isn't a clever game. It doesn't try to wow you with layers of meaning and plot; it doesn't feature visuals and sound that will have everyone declaring that video games should be treated as art; and it doesn't feature motion capture work from A-list celebrities.
Conclusion: It’s difficult to find many faults within FlatOut Ultimate Carnage , but there are a few we should mention before we end this overall glowing review. Even though the visuals are above average for any genre Xbox 360 game, the cars never seem planted on their sickly-modeled environments.