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Split / Second - PC
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- City is Your Weapon - Alter the dynamics of the race within a made-for-TV city rigged to blow
- Every Lap is Different - Devastating events that change the track, create new routes and new obstacles
- Action Arcade Racing - Fast paced, intense racing action
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There is a great number of driving and racing games, some better than others. There is even a number of shooting&driving games. However, SPLIT/SECOND is a breed on its own.
When was the last time you had to race a collapsing overpass, dodge the load of an out-of-control crane or a wrecking ball, drive under a crash-landing cargo plane, survive a missile-firing helicopter attack, drift in an exploding airport hangar, or survive a Terminator-2 canal race?
Drifting (no wall-slamming penalty!), drafting, sling-shooting, close-calling crashes and General-Leeing your car will fill your Power Bar. Once it is full you can unleash PowerPlay attacks onto your AI opponents. And, trust me, you will hate them! From start to finish they will be scrapping your tailpipe - and you only need to slip for a split second to total your car. You can leave paint all over the walls but the moment your grill touches that central pillar or dumpster you are totaled. The good news is that respawning only takes a second - no time for the adrenaline to subside.
Choose the best car for the track and handling it will be no problem. Nevertheless, this is not an easy game - and, frankly, I missed those. Nowadays everything seems designed to be breezed through and quickly move on to the next game. Not this baby. Random events (not to mention unexplored shortcuts) make racing the same track feel like a new experience so memorizing the tracks will not be of much help. You will have to really hone your skills in order to advance. Quick advice: remap the PowerPlay buttons to something convenient as timing your attacks is essential.Read more ›
Lighting, environmental elements, and particle systems come together with a solid focus producing a professionally polished platform title that can be quite expansive; coupled with the fact that the game can be played over a network connection says allot but also, throw in the fact that there are already un-lockable vehicles of varying types being released by various retailers. This all screams depth of play. You're able to enjoy some quality "me time" doing the "Tour de Excessive Force" then go online to show off your newly unlocked or easter egg ride with a lesson in how to manage "Public Relations" via an accurately delivered pyro-technique air parcel -- you get to have your cake and eat it too or, help someone else eat it.
This is an excellent example where a perfect balance between complexity and mechanics was struck with a focus applied by a planning and management team delivering a game that provides for its audience and not a marketer's box card. The developers are quite well known for their previous works in the "racing" genre and backed by Disney they had allot by way of creative influences and freedom as well as fat funding for their little, big budget opus.Read more ›
The graphics have aged well, the controls are tight (especially with a gamepad), and multiplayer runs flawlessly whether on local splitscreen or LAN. Unfortunately, Disney has since let go the studio that created this game, and also shut down the online servers, so online multiplayer is unavailable. The soundtrack and sound effects really draw you into the intensity of the races. The menus could use some adjustment. From adjusting settings, to changing controls, to backing out of the game itself, there is a lot of room for improvement in the interface.
I can't stress how much better this game is with an Xbox 360 controller.
- Great graphics
- Great sense of speed/intensity.
- Great soundtrack.
- Split/Screen and LAN modes are a blast.
- Easy to pick up (simple to learn difficult to master).
- Plays better with an Xbox 360 gamepad (not a con if you own one).
- Menus are poorly designed.
- Would benefit from more tracks.
- Online play has been disabled (Disney shut off the servers).
- Some single-player races are insanely difficult in comparison to others (I'm looking at you, Destruction).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I couldn't get any pc controller support to actually work. It would register it was connected but that was it and I didn't want to waste much more time on figurint out a hack.Published 3 months ago by Kayuu
locked to 30FPS? seriously? i didn't care enough to rate this until i came across this particularly braindead design decision.Published 4 months ago by plonk420
amazingly fun game. Its fast paced insane racing full of crazy spectacle events.Published 6 months ago by Steve
I originally played this game on the PS3 not long after it was released. It was, if I recall correctly, the first racing game I had ever played. It was a complete blast! Read morePublished 6 months ago by M. Lohrke
Does not work on PC. Google'd everything fix I could find. Nothing works. Game won't play. No support.Published 7 months ago by Gman
Race car game is good but has you progress to each level it gets harder. My grandson plays the game on and off. Read morePublished 11 months ago by C. El
There is a workaround to play online: http://steamcommunity.com/app/297860/discussions/0/613938693267435968/Published 11 months ago by T. Chinnock