Summary: Indy500 Evolutions is already several years old by the time I picked up this game. I expected older graphics, and from the mixed reviews I assumed it would be a nostalgia pickup with little play value. After all, I have had Forza 4 for a while now, and am eagerly awaiting Forza 5 when Indycar racing returns to console! This brings us to this purchase: unable to wait for my open wheel fix, I saw this little game for xBox360. I am really glad I did.
Summary: This Game is Great fun and a wonderful nostalgia trip as well. It's not for people who are into arcade type sims Like Grid but if you would like to get taste of what it was like to race back in the days of Sachs, Jones and Ward this will certainly satisfy you. Graphics are not stunning but very good and it is a huge kick to view and drive all of those great open cockpit roadsters from the sixties.
Summary: How cool is this game, i really enjoy it, one thing that is not mentioned above is the online multiplayer races. I love them and i am really addicted, the missions are all achieveable and are all ranked in classifications from Easy, Normal and Hard deplicted by 3,2 or 1 star. The price is a snip for what you get back in content. Will be playing this for some time yet.
Summary: Indianapolis 500 Evolution, published by Destineer, and developed by acclaimed racing developer Brain in a Jar, is a game that covers Indycar racing from 1961-1971. I am sure that some people will dismiss this game based on its budget pricing and lack of cutting-edge graphics. However, this game is a tremendous accomplishment in terms of bringing an exciting era of Indycar racing to the Xbox 360.
Excerpt: Indianapolis 500 Evolution per Xbox 360 è veramente tutt'altra cosa rispetto al classico che uscì verso la fine degli anni 80. Lo provai nell'inverno del 2010 con il mio amico esperto d'informatica ed altri, per poter vivere gare a dir poco emozionanti su ...