Conclusion: And if there’s a criticism of The Club , it’ll be the longevity of the single-player modes. You can quickly play through all of them in Casual to unlock most of the game’s elements (and rack up the achievements you’ll get for completing each tournament area at any difficulty), and then likely try them out in harder difficulties to see how far you can get (and likely seek out the achievements that are offered for completing all the tournaments at Insane).
Summary: If you would've told me that I would've ended up liking a game that blended the First/Third Person shooter genre with that of a Grand Prix racer I would've laughed at you. But The Club has done just that and so far is one of the better games to come out this year, especially during such a slow first quarter.
Excerpt: What does it take to get into this exclusive club? Excellent shooting skills and accuracy as well as speed and style. What does it take to stay in the club? Remaining Alive, Combos, and High Scores. What extra perks does this club have, you might ask? Well… the Xbox 360 version of the game comes with a free 48-hour trial of Xbox Live for those few that aren’t already a member.