Summary: This game looked a bit more fun than the NASCAR simulation games. I am a fan of racing, including Nascar, but I find myself fast forwarding races instead of watching the full events these days. Simulation games are just as boring to me. Similar to golf, it would be more exciting if I was there in person or participating myself. That said, this looked like a goofy racing game. It IS a goofy racing game, but it's also riddled with problems.
Summary: This game is not realistic NASCAR driving but it's a lot of fun. I bought this for my son for Christmas and I think I am having more fun playing it. This game is good for anyone even the grandparents come over and play.
Summary: I knew from previous reviews that this was not going to be a great game, but being it was produced in 2011 I expected some basics: Great sound, Good physics engine, Great graphics. What I got was good graphics but pitiful sound (could have done almost as well with a five-year-old going "vroom, vroom") and a physics engine that was used in Saturday Morning Cartoons. My question is why call it NASCAR Anything since the racing nuts and bolts bear no relation to reality?