Summary: The Ridge Racer games have always been known for their fast pace and drift-crazy gameplay and Ridge Racer 6 is no exception. This is Ridge Racer at its absolute finest with tons of cars, lots of races to compete in, gorgeous graphics, great sound, and gameplay that has been fine tuned to near...
Excerpt: Last year we saw the rebirth of the Ridge Racer franchise with the excellent Ridge Racer for PSP. Now Namco wants to profit from the hype that surrounds the Xbox 360 -the first next-gen console, as you all know- with Ridge Racer 6.
Excerpt: The Ridge Racer series has always begged the question, why take a corner with little flair, when you can throw your motor around a bend sideways? This is indeed the philosophy of Namco‘s seminal racing series, and the art of drift racing abolishes the want or need to apply the brakes when you can...
Conclusion: LEGO Star Wars is obviously making a name for itself as another fun Star Wars franchise with this, its second edition. The co-operative multiplayer carnage is great fun, though not to say that the single player missions are a bore by any means.
Conclusion: Like the PSP game that came just before, Ridge Racer 6 continues the use of nitrous in the series, though it’s gotten a little update. Basically, you can save up your nitrous to unleash a double or triple dose, each lasting longer and propelling you faster.
Conclusion: A great game overall, but let down on the multiplayer side. The single player experience must not be missed but in all honesty, after 10 or so hours of play you are wondering what to do next.
Conclusion: It's just another ridge racer, not really a racing game consider it like a permAdrenalin rush. Even if I know that some people are going to throw up playing it, I found it really addictive.