Summary: The game is really simple. It has a few bugs, but the graphics and concept is better then most off-road type games. I would recommend it to anyone who has a lot of free time, as this game is almost endless!
Summary: This game was great for a few months but I got bored, the races kinda repeat themselves. And the landscape looks quite similar. But it got just so hard to beat the races that I gave up! I only made it halfway through the game! It is still a great game though. Worth the money. It just gets old though.
Summary: I don't know. This game is fun, yes, but I'm not so sure the whole, "drive wherever you want" is really fun. I almost prefer to have boundaries in racing games. exploring random deserts is fun for about the first hour, but it gets repetitive REALLY fast. the races are all right; the graphics aren't bad. keep in mind this is an older racing game for xbox. I guess it's worth the money. its not much, but i never play it anymore.
Summary: A rather forgotten title, but somewhat deservedly so, Fuel has a strong lineage - produced by Codemasters, one of the best racing publishers - but falls a bit flat in critical areas. The open world concept is great (somewhere around 5000 sq. km!) but as a consequence the graphics aren't. The vehicles are diverse, but the personalization of them is pretty shallow and is basically just changing their primary color.
Summary: The player starts at one of 19 camps, with a few vehicles at the start of the single-player campaign, which is called "career" mode. When the career is fully completed the player can use seventy different vehicles across six different classes, including bikes, ATVs, muscle cars, SUVs, buggies and trucks as well as a hovercraft.