Summary: I can't believe how much I loved it. It is casual, fun, and simple. I've been playing this with my dad for eight years, and he agrees this game rocks. The only downside is the lack of more maps.
Summary: Mario Kart. This is the best way I can describe the game. It's not often that a game that doesn't cost $59.99 will actually be entertaining. Pocket Bike Racer offers impressive gameplay mechanics and some spiffy graphics that any XBOX 360 fan should witness. There are many wild characters that you are able to race with, from a burger dude to a giant tasty chicken. You can also modify or create a character of your choice, which is aesthetically pleasing none the less.
Summary: With the lackluster graphics and unoriginal modes, Pocketbike Racer may be easy to dismiss as an easy cash in but it has some general fun if you're willing to go through some mediocre sections. It borrows from Mario Kart by pitting 8 players in a race where they use special powerups to either reach the finish line or win a battle. It's a nice setup but the controls are just too constricted. Many times I found turning and drifting would be too loose or too restricted.
Summary: Pocketbike Racer is an enjoyable yet generic racer. It does not do anything new to the racing genre, although it offers many types of game modes for a $5 game. I had fun with it and liked the ability to make your own character. Unfortunately, no one is ever on the online mode so it is hard to play with others online. However, playing locally with friends is a blast. The game was definitely made to be played with friends as it is not as fun when I am playing by myself.
Summary: Well this is a burger king game, you can't expect much. But I guess it makes an ok racing game. The gameplay however is repetitive and the menu screen kinda creeps me out. I would like other ppl to buy it cuz 1. it's only $2, and 2. I don't mind racing others. haha.