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- Multiplayer support including 2-16 player online support via Xbox LIVE and the ability to compete against friends online in all 70 career races, as well as online free rides.
- Open-world racing across 14,000 square km of streaming game world and 100,000 miles of trails.
- Over 70 unique vehicles, each with GPS support, in six different classes including: bikes, ATVs, muscle cars, SUVs, buggies and trucks.
- Extreme weather effects and conditions ranging from rain to snow to sandstorms and destructive tornadoes, that affect and add to the challenge of the race.
- A wide variety of race types and challenges including: time trials, checkpoint races, circuit races and raid races.
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VEHICLES: 8/10 The handling is good, but the motorcycles are the most responsive. The emergency brake is effective and useful. When the stats show a vehicle is meant for offroad or asphalt, it's true. A road vehicle will struggle offroad, but as soon as it hits the road, acceleration kicks in as well as better handling. As you continue to unlock and buy more vehicles with Fuel points, you'll notice faster, better handling vehicles start showing up compared to the slow ones at the start. Overall, responsive controls, nice enough physics and plenty of interaction with the environment with varying terrain and jumps. You start the game with a free ride choice of a buggie or a dirtbike, and can quickly earn an ATV and car on the first zone. Finish the first zone, and 21 vehicles or so will be available to buy with your Fuel dollars, including Monster trucks, new motorcycles, buggies, ATV's and cars. Very nice.
GAMEPLAY: 7/10 For the fastest progress, use the MENU and win the 3 races on Rookie, then jump into the Challenges and complete them. Each time you win first, you get Fuel Credits (and Fuel dollars). The credits offer access to the next Shack Base on the giant map. Unlocking new rides is a highlight of the game.
RACES: 8/10 So far, they're the most enjoyable part of the game. The competition does seem to get a fast start, but you'll catch up fairly quickly, where after that, you can take the lead. Rookie mode is very forgiving, Expert is average difficulty and Pro is tough. The guide arrows are a big help. The biggest complaint? You can't pick your ride (so far anyway).Read more ›
Which brings me to my next point. The sounds on this game are so horrible that it will seriously remind you of a PS2 video game sound. There are no distintive sounds, and you will most definitely hear the same exact sound everytime your bike or car cathces some air. I was hoping the muscle cars would at least sound like "a muscle car", nope I was wrong and very let down. It's funny how ever single ride makes the same ticking sound when revving your engine. Also, all the rides just seem slow, it says your hitting a 100, but it feels like 40 miles per hour.
The weather was somewhat satisfying, I can't really complain about the day and night cycle with weather changes. But as it was shown in the trailer... I have yet to see a tornado swarn down on side of the road in the middle of a race. I have yet to see any explosions from cars flippig and blowing up.Read more ›
So I took it off his hands and gave it a whirl. I had absolutely no idea how good or bad the game was, so I was as open to it as a very liberal teenaged political activist of some sort. Immediately I noticed early on the complete lack of any story per se. All you know is that global warming has somehow totally destroyed society, and has scorched the earth. Leaving the planet in a state of chaos with constantly shifting weather patterns, dried lake beds, and cities that have been nearly totally destroyed by the sheer awfulness of Al Gore's prophecies. Luckily for the off-road crowd, it left the planets supply of all-terrain vehicles intact, so let's go racing!
You begin the game with no money and only a small handful of slow, poorly-controllable vehicles. I noticed in my very first race how utterly bland the racing is. There are no turbo boosts, no powerups, nothing to modify or change the racing scheme. You glide to the end of the race with very little, if anything at all except trees and other trees to get in the way. And as the game went on, and I amassed more money, cars, and territory to race in, nothing really changed to any discernible degree. Sure, the vehicles I had were a wee bit faster, but they all retained the slimy controls. This game sits in this extremely awkward and weird gray area in between smooth arcade racing and complex racing sim, but it fits to neither very well and only feels slimy and unnatural to drive; like some mischeivious chef smeared cooking oil over everyones cars while they tasted his cupcakes.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for my son.He really likes it. Vast world to explore when not racing. Decent graphics.Published 5 months ago by J.S.
I purchased this game for my grandson for Christmas. This game could not be purchased in any store where I live. He will be excited.Published 8 months ago by Leslie E.
I am addicted to blurr so once I break this game from playing it so much I guess I will give it at chance.Published on March 30, 2014 by friday
The game is really simple. It has a few bugs, but the graphics and concept is better then most off-road type games. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Edward B. Bush
Another great game for the "gamer" in your life. A gift for Xmas this year. But it was a request, so sure to be a hit!Published on November 21, 2013 by C6319
Fuel is great, product arrived as was expected. Graphics needs a little more work but generally a good driving game.Published on December 31, 2012 by chris coward