Simulation game. You are playing as a driver of a car. At first, you're set loose in the city in search of adventure. This adventure comes in the form of hook men, who are racers that patrol certain sections of the city. You challenge these racers by rolling up behind them and hitting your high beams. You then have to stay on their tail until you've proven yourself worthy. Once you've done so, you're thrown into one checkpoint race after another; challenging various hook men and winning their cars as you defeat them. You start out on the streets of Los Angeles, but you can eventually move on to Paris and Tokyo. Driving through the streets you should be ready to meet dangerous on your way. So I wish you good luck!
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
In the game you have the access to a gigantic city like environment, complete with back alleys, monuments, and plenty of intricate shortcuts. The game's main mode is its career mode. The rest of the game's modes are a little quieter, though you can only access cars, races, and cities that you've opened up in the career mode. The arcade mode lets you cruise aimlessly, race a number of laps on a variety of predetermined circuits, replay any of the checkpoint races you've completed in the career mode, and enter eight-player battle races, which let you play in either a standard sort of capture the flag game. Another bomb-oriented variant called detonate, where players race to pick up a detonator and drive it to a scoring spot on the map to earn points. The game also has a number of power-ups that come into play here, such as the ability to inflict reverse steering, slippery handling, and other nasty effects on your opponents. At least one can switch the music in the midst of a game. An excellent menu, manual, and training techniques are perfectly woven into the game. It's very cool that one can change saturation and brightness onscreen. The sound effects are tight, original sounding and appropriate. The other major sound component is the radio chatter from the game's hookmen in the career mode. The game also has a number of power-ups that come into play here, such as the ability to inflict reverse steering, slippery handling, and other nasty effects on your opponents.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Teen
Extras and features:
· Attractive Graphics
· Different Types of Gameplay
· Number of Power-ups
· Original Sound Effects
· Animation looks poorly sometimes
Windows 98/2000/Me/XP,Processor: PIII 800 MHz,DirectX 9.0,128 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 1.4 GB,32MB VRAM DirectX 9.0,Sound Card
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