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8.0 out of 10

Split/Second

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Overall 4
4.0

Meh

Mateus Passeri de Almeida, Amazon
24 November 2010
  • Summary: I picked this game up instead of Blur, and I kinda regret it. The scenery destruction is really impressive, but it gets repetitive really fast and fails to hook you up through the single player. I put it aside in a few days and ended up re-selling it. If you want an arcade experience I suggest buying either blur or the newer (and much better)Need for Speed Hot Pursuit.
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Overall 4
4.0

If Pound Stretchers Did Burnout...

N Thompson, amazon.co.uk
11 October 2011
  • Summary: Split Second plays much like the classic Burnout games, with races at such mad speeds you barely dare blink for fear of crashing. Apparently, you can press a button to see what is going on behind your car. Its a button you are very unlikely to ever use. The game introduces a new dynamic - making parts of the track and scenery explode in an effort to take out opponents ahead of you on the track.
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Overall 4
4.0

Smoke and mirrors can't save this Burnout Wannabee

Tango_Alpha_Bravo, amazon.co.uk
23 November 2010
  • Summary: I don't play online so this review is based on the single-player mode. I had carefully read several reputable reviews of both Split/ Second and Blur (which came out at a similar time) before deciding to go for Split/ Second as the reviews indicated it was better for a single-player. I thought the icing on the cake would be the price drop which meant I got it for £18 not long after it launched.
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Overall 4
4.0

Scripted and predictable

LurkyUK, Play.com
16 August 2010
  • Conclusion: Amazing graphics and great explosions don't stop this from being a very dull and repetitive racer. Rubber band AI means the other drivers will always be around you, no matter how good or bad you race you'll spend most of your time in the middle of the pack with them speeding up or slowing down to your ability.
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Overall 4
4.0

My Review Of Split/Second Velocity

charlesworth84, Play.com
16 August 2010
  • Conclusion: Stay away form this game because you can make the AI cars crash & get to build up a fair lead & while you don't crash they some how are back on you in seconds & the you can't play online until you've completed your offline game because you wont be able to keep up with anyone & if you build up your Power Play bar and if you watch the video of it in-play you'll crash
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Overall 4
4.0

Grafik Hui, Rest Pfui

Antonio "banderas4you", Amazon
28 June 2010
  • Summary: Das Spiel ist schlichtweg lausig. Für ein gelegentliches Action-Rennen wäre es vielleicht noch lustig, dafür ist es aber zu schwer: es erfordert sehr gute Streckenkenntnisse, um im richtigen Moment durch die PowerUps die Strecke und letztlich seine Gegner zu zerstören. Das widerspricht aber leider dem Gelegenheitsspieler. Für öfteres Spielen macht es zu wenig Reiz aus, wenn auch die Grafik definitv ein Hingucker ist.
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Overall 4
4.0

langweiliges rumgerase

Sebastian, Amazon
13 June 2010
  • Summary: Nach kurzer Zeit hab ich es schon rausgeworfen. Es kommt nicht an Need for Speed heran (als dies noch gut war). Dann lieber auf das nue NFS warten.
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Overall 4
4.0

Kein Fahrerisches können erforderlich

Amazon-Kunde, Amazon
22 May 2010
  • Summary: Das spiel erfordert kein fahrerisches können. Die Kurven sind ein Witz. Die Grafik ist zwar gut und auch die Story wurde gut in einer Fernsehsendung verpackt, doch sollte jeder der Fahrspaß haben will auf ein anderes Produkt umsteigen. Wer es allerdings mag, dass einem ständig sachen um die Ohren fliegen, muss dieses Spiel kaufen. Noch ein großer Nachteil ist, dass man die Autos nicht einmal Tunen kann.
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