Reviews and Problems with Nascar The Game: Inside Line
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Replay value 8
Nascar The Game Inside Line DLC
Family Friendly Gaming
8 April 2013
Excerpt: I am traditional in many things in my life. In fact I would say I am traditional in most things in my life. One of those things is video games. I like to purchase a game, and play it. I am not into downloading games. I enjoy going to stores and read on the boxes.
Excerpt: It is intriguing to see what different companies do with a license. Nascar The Game Inside Line is another year where Activision gets to hone their racing skills. They have improved almost every facet of the game. That is not to say there are still some areas left for continued improvement.
Excerpt: Wow… What can I say about the new NASCAR Title from Eutechnyx and Activision? First, I am a racing fan. Second, I am an avid NASCAR fan. I loved Eutechnyx vision of rebooting a NASCAR game last year with NASCAR The Game 2011. Don’t believe me? Look up my review on the site ! It was awesome!
Excerpt: When I reviewed NASCAR The Game last year, I found there was the seed of a great game there. True it was hampered by some serious issues, but there was hope. Now with NASCAR The Game: Inside Line we get to see if that seed bore fruit or if I’m never going to get my Days of Thunder on.
Conclusion: The starts and restarts also feature a tremendous amount of lag and the core racing itself features laggy cars and people that will sometimes fly around. This leads me to give the multiplayer a 1/10. Overall I would rate this game a 2.5-3.0/5.
Excerpt: Last year, developer Eutechnyx released an all new racing title for NASCAR fans to enjoy across all platforms, and this year, NASCAR The Game: Inside Line is ready to improve upon last year's release with plenty of new features and the exciting action NASCAR fans have come to expect from the Sprint...
Conclusion: Concept: Offer a much more robust career mode than last year's barebones model
Graphics: Cars' damage looks better, although a lot of it is superficial
Sound: Your spotter is timely and very useful – it must be a first for a NASCAR video game
Playability: A rewind feature has been added for those...
Conclusion: Inside Line is a beautiful mess; it's the prettiest NASCAR game we've ever played but it's also one of the sloppiest, thanks to the abundance of bugs. At its best, it's a high-octane racer with enough adrenaline and style to make Tony Scott proud.