Excerpt: Harms Way combines two very simple ideas to create a fresh-feeling arcade racer. You can either race around in off-road vehicles, bouncing along the three desert courses, or you can hop into a gun turret alongside the tracks and shoot at your rival drivers. With a clever co-op twist and impressive visuals, Harms Way is more than just a budget version of MotorStorm - and it's completely free. When played alone Harms Way feels like a fairly pointless experience.
Excerpt: presented a simple yet not so original concept. The second and final title of the promotion named is very much the opposite in these respects though it remains as almost engaging and feature-rich.
Conclusion: The cars bounce around and slide across the track, which can make driving difficult, espcecially in a game where you have to dodge bullets. There are are shortcuts around the track, but the AI gunners won't shoot anything but the other enemies cars, so in order to use them you need a human who you can talk to, but every time I searched for a match, it couldn't find anyone playing the game,
Excerpt: En décembre 2010 débarquait sur XBLA un jeu entièrement gratuit : Harms Way. S'il fallait le décrire en quelques mots, cela donnerait à peu près ça : la rencontre entre un jeu de courses survolté et un tower defense à la première personne. Harms Way tente donc un mélange pour le moins original, reste à voir si cela fonctionne.