Reviews and Problems with World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars
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World of Outlaws Sprint Cars
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Do you know those strange looking cars with big back wheels and small front wheels? The ones that have those strange roofs? They race around in circles on dirt and mud. You know them right? Well these are the cars that World of Outlaws Sprint Cars is based on. I have seen pictures of these cars in the past, but did not know they were World of Outlaws. If you are not a fan of the vehicles you can still enjoy the racing action.
Low budget racing title with product placement and crashes.
Common Sense Media
31 August 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that World of Outlaws: Spirit Cars is based entirely around the sprint car racing series, and likely will appeal to a very limited audience. Players can adjust their vehicle settings prior to any race, and will then sprint and nudge their way to the front of the pack of cars in a given race. Crashes occur and video footage of real world fiery crashes are shown. The game is full of product placement and some sexist references.
Conclusion: But the problem is that all people want to do is race by turning left. For the points it takes forever but the good thing is that you don't have to win all the races, the only things you have to win are the Challenges so that's kind of a good thing.
World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars - So so for the disabled community
7 July 2010
Excerpt: World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars is a lot like a NASCAR game, both are games that just kind of showed up to the party – no chips, no dip, no ice, no nothing, not even materials to make a balloon animal. That’s a real shame, who wouldn’t like a game where you get to slide cars around a quarter mile oval in the midst of 23 other drivers (7 in online multiplayer – if there are 7 other people online playing this game when you are)? I know I was kind of looking forward to it.
Excerpt: World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars is a lot like a NASCAR game, both are games that just kind of showed up to the party – no chips, no dip, no ice, no nothing, not even materials to make a balloon animal. That’s a real shame, who wouldn’t like a game where you get to slide cars around a quarter mile oval in the midst of 23 other drivers (7 in online multiplayer – if there are 7 other people online playing this game when you are)?
Excerpt: All racing games are not created equal. Many now feature incredibly detailed car models, realistic sound effects, and numerous famous race circuits from all over the world. World of Outlaws: Sprint Cars, on the other hand, features heavily aliased vehicles, sound effects that don't do the engines justice, and just a dozen oval circuits confined to US soil.
Pros: Lengthy and rewarding Career mode, Believable AI opponents
Cons: Ugly and technically challenged visuals, Controls take a good while to feel comfortable, Limited and mostly disappointing multiplayer options
Excerpt: is a game that wants you to like it. It gets plenty about the dirt-track series right but cannot quite overcome some glaring flaws and broaden its appeal to all race fans.
Pros: Feel of the cars., Different racing experience., Only $20.
Cons: Poor presentation., No damage modeling., Too easy.
Dirty in all the wrong ways.
17 February 2010
Conclusion: I understand wanting to support your favorite niche sport. Back in the day, I bought two crappy ECW games from Acclaim’s pro wrestling line because I wanted to support my favorite federation. Those games weren’t good and neither is World of Outlaws: Championship Sprint. Even if you’re a diehard fan of the motorsport, you’re not getting a worthwhile experience here – your favorite drivers are reduced to names on the ticker and tiny headshots on statistic screens.