Summary: LONG REVIEW WARNING TL;DR: Sadly, a nice looking game that is infuriating to play, so much wasted potentials. I play this game 800*600 & low quality with a keyboard, and this game is the most frustrating racing game I've played, far more than GRiD, DiRT, DiRT 3, NFS UG2, NFS HP III, NFS PU, SHIFT 2.
Summary: This is a title that is a couple of years old now, and the developers never saw fit to fix the constant freezing problems, my biggest complaint. That is, despite the fact that after finishing the game with around 10 million in game credits, you still need another 15 million to complete the cheevos.
Summary: It is an ok game to play. I like the roaming around and searching for stuff the most interesting part of the game. Unfortunately that is all I can do after little bit as I cannot qualify for the required racing licenses. You have to go to these racing schools to learn and qualify for the licenses.
Some really great ideas, and some not so great in this.
R. Diamond "Diamondback662", Amazon
25 July 2011
Summary: I picked this game up recently as I really enjoyed the first Test Drive Unlimited. Ibizi is an interesting island. I've driven probably 95% of the roads on it and have started on the Hawaiian island after catching the plane over. The addition of Night driving, rain, lightning, etc.
Summary: If you are looking for an experience like the first TDU don't waste you money they have put in "Driving schools" which contain challenges you have to beat to obtain licenses to race in high car classes, the catch is they are mostly time trials and you have to make a clean pass, you can't hit...
Summary: I was a huge fan of the first TDU, so I have been waiting for the sequel for a long time. Unfortunately, it doesn't live up to the quality of the first one. However, it is still an incredibly fun game once you get past its many flaws.