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Full Auto - Xbox 360

3.8 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
Rated: Teen
Metascore: 70 / 100
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  • Choose from a wide selection of unique vehicle designs and arm them with any combination of machine guns, cannons, and other deadly weapons
  • Unique Unwreck feature gives players the ability to control time, rectifying fatal errors, missed opportunities, and bad aim
  • Distinct gameplay modes include a 60-event Career Mode, Pursuit, Arena, Tag, and Rampage. A host of mini-games add to the collection
  • Collision, Jump and Death cameras magnify key moments. One-touch replays and customizable highlight reels amplify the awesome presentation
  • Enjoy intense combat and unlimited replayability thanks to 20+ vehicles and 10 distinct weapon types

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Full Auto combines fully-automatic, weapon-equipped vehicles with highly detailed and interactive urbanenvironments. In the near future, the city of Staunton is held hostage by a mysterious group known only as The Shepherds. As a retired driver, you are coerced by the Shepherds into a series of lethal street races, where the cost is of competing is far greater than anyone ever expected. No pre-calculated or canned animations. Players will never see the same wreck twice!

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Release date February 14, 2006
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3.8 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #19,808 in videogames
#1,202 in Video Games > Xbox 360 > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
Media: Video Game
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Sega's Full Auto for the Xbox 360 is a racer that will never be mistaken for a Gran Turismo simulator-clone. Full Auto has more in common with Criterion's Burnout racing series. What Full Auto does to distinguish itself from Burnout is the fact that each vehicle is armed to the teeth with all sorts of weaponry. I see this Sega arcade racer as the offspring of a marriage between Burnout and the Twisted Metal series.

The game is easy to pick up and play and get into. In fact, this is one of its advantages over other racers in that the racing physics involve in forgiving. The goal of Full Auto is not to show how well the game can simulate racing on the console, but to immerse the player in road rage-inducing mayhem. Everything about Full Auto is gearing towards a more arcade-type game. The driving controls are very simple. The game makes very good use of all the face buttons, bumpers and triggers on the 360 controller.

The gameplay is all about full auto destruction and the developers really spent alot of time making sure that everything on the screen is destructible. Whatever you can see and aim at can be destroyed either by running over and into it or by using your vehicle's choice of weaponry. One thing I've had alot of fun pulling off is jumping off the crest of a downslope on a track and at the same time launching off a few missiles at the top floors of a building at the bottom of said downslope. By the time my car lands from its jump the building I shot my missiles at are crumbling down to its foundation and taking out any rival racers that were ahead of me.

The one new innovation in gameplay that Full Auto has is the ability to rewind time back a few seconds if one gets totalled or makes the wrong turn.
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Full Auto was HUGELY anticipated before it came out, but it has gotten pretty poor reviews ( between 6s and 7s ). It is a good game, but there are several reasons why it's not as good as games like Burnout.

Graphics: 8/10. The cars look great, and when you're using turbo the blur looks good, and the destruction looks good, but there are occasional slowdowns in framerate when there is a lot going on. There are better looking 360 games out there.

Sound: 7.5/10. The cars and crashes sound good, but the music is pretty annoying and there is nothing above average about any of the sound in Full Auto.

Control: 7.5/10. It's kind of hard to control this game, especially on 1 player. You have to concentrate on when to get ready to emergency brake into a turn, aim your weapons, shoot your weapons, when to use your turbo, where there are mines on the road, and more. After awhile, you'll get used to it, though.

Fun: 7.5/10. Overall, Full Auto could be better. It's career mode leaves something to be desired; it's extremely short. It will take you no more than 8 hours to beat the game, and it really is for the most part to get gold medals. This game is for people of any age to beat; it's that easy. You'll have all the cars ( except one ) after playing 40% through career mode. Multiplayer is fun, but there is no "rewind" mode, so it seems like a different game. The Xbox Live is fun, though, but not much different. My advice: I highly recommend you rent this game, but I really don't think anyone should buy it.

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I had this growing up and my brother had borrowed it and broke it and lied, so I was out of it for a while, but now I am going to get to play it again as soon as it gets here next week hopefully. has some glitches that I found out accidentally, and that makes it even more fun, but it is a definite must buy if you have the money and are into blowing stuff up and having cool vehicle selections. I am a hot rod and pickup guy, so the Kodiak and Demon are my favorites, the Demon is the fastest accelerating, even more than the Warlord, but it is definitely cool to drive all of the cars.
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Full Auto on the Xbox 360 is a thrilling combat racing game. The explosions are cool and the handling tight.

The car physics makes everything feel weightless, and the weapons are fun to use.

The storyline is very thin And what story there is doesn't add anything meaningful to the game. The career mode takes you from one series to the next, and each series has a number of different events in it. The main focus of the game is racing around in cars and shoot everything that moves. You can fire two weapons. You select your weapons individually prior to starting the race and unlock more as you go. In addition, at your disposal is a speed boost and "unwreck," which is a button that lets you rewind time when things go wrong.

The graphics are first rate and I enjoyed racing and killing. The game has some slow down but not too much.

Overall, it's a great action title that's a good combo of two genre's: racing and shooting.
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I understand that Full Auto isn't as deep as alot of other racing games out there, but there are 2 areas where it really shines: playing against a friend, and the Unwreck feature

Single player, even in the career mode, gets old pretty fast, but you've got lost of vehicles to choose from, maybe about 20, and you can choose different colors for each, about 12 per car, and then you can cutomize the weapons on your car to an extent. All of that adds up to some good fun if you have other people to play against. its enough variety for you to race a different car or different color or different weapons every race for weeks

The fully destructible environment adds to that too, once you get the hang of how it works. you can bring down a bridge and block the road you're racing on, you can collapse water towers, blow up npc vehicles to cause pile ups, all kinds of stuff like that. Again, not much fun in single player, but it adds to the competativeness if you're playing against friends, cause you can do alot of sneaky stuff to get ahead of them, even if you're in a slower car or are falling behind or whatever

I guess the big difference between Full Auto and most racing games is Unwreck. Basically you fill the Unwreck meter by destroying things, and then you can use that built up meter to rewind the action any time you want. If you make a wrong turn, you can rewind it. Get blown up, rewind it. Shoot at someone and miss, just rewind it and try it again. It really adds alot to the game, but you can't use Unwreck in multiplayer games, just in the single player, so keep that in mind

Anyway, I don't play Full Auto by myself, but some of my friends like it and we still play it together and have a good time whenever they're over. so if you're tired of Mario Party or whatever and need something new for your group to play, you might check it out
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