Excerpt: Race Pro is an easy game to make up an opinion about. This racer carries its leaning towards realism out of the box, through the menus to of course the track itself. 360-owners that are fed up with Forza 2 will have to do their best to get the hang of the realistically modelled driving behaviour.
Conclusion: On the whole however, Race Pro gives you loads to do: there’s a career mode, Championship Mode, Time Trial, Online Multiplayer, the lot. If you can forgive the slightly less than high definition graphics, the rather dampened sound effects and just concentrate on the thoroughly realistic racing...
Excerpt: SimBin have developed a reputation for creating harsh racing sims for the PC gaming audience, but they have yet to establish themselves on consoles. With RACE Pro they may very well make a name for themselves outside the PC gaming market, even if the title of their first console game is rather...
Conclusion: Race Pro is a good solid racing sim overall.
It’s a bit technical but definitely playable
thanks to the flexible controls. This is a game
that wants you to win and is determined to find
your balance or niche whereas other games punish
you for not staying within the “guidelines”.
Summary: The pedestrian title should be your first clue of what to expect from Race Pro ? a whole lotta closed track, simulation racing and not much else. Outside of a points system based around signing contracts with various sponsors and deciding to either do a qualifying lap or just pay a higher entry fee,...
Conclusion: Concept: Swedish PC racing developer SimBin brings its brand of sim racing to the console for the first time
Graphics: Competent enough to be average, but not close to eye-poppingly good
Sound: I don't know if the lack of a music soundtrack is good or bad. Do you really need music in a racing game?