Rent Cruis'n for Wii
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291 ratings

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Above Average


posted by createuser (DALLAS, TX) Dec 4, 2007

Member since Oct 2005

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

If you enjoy a game to just beat it in 30 minutes then send it back this game is for me! I played all the cruising games cruising usa cruising worlds cruising exocrine and cruising roads

this one IS DEFINITELY THE NEWEST ENTRY. it may have the worst graphics since halo 3 but the gameplay is surprisingly additive. its fun because you dont have to worry about hitting stuff because most of if you just SMASH through. You just want to keep playing to see what kind of silly level and bad graffix are coming up next.

There are like 14 levels or something including "L.A. Ghetto".

Don't buy this game but if you played the others in nintendo 64 RENT IT FOR A LOL

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Two generations old.

posted by 35yrgamer (CLIFTON SPRINGS, NY) Dec 2, 2007

Member since Aug 2006

2 out of 4 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Ok well first thing up is that this is no excite truck. Wii Arcade racing can be fun if done right, the trouble is that this game isn't done right.
Bad graphics, bad framerates, bad control, bad AI, no online, and all around bad experience. It seems to me that this game trys to be like RUSH, but can't pull it off. For example you can rid on two wheels, pull wheelies, and grab some big air. but the big air lasts less then 2 seconds, and most of the time when your on two wheels its because your literaly driving on the side of a solid building. I have had glitches where my car got stuck in otherwise solid objects.
To make a long story short, do yourself a favor and avoid this game. I whish I did.

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don037's review

posted by Don037 (DUPO, IL) May 9, 2008

Member since Aug 2007

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Cruis'n is a standard checkpoint racing game in the style of the old Nintendo 64 games Cruis'n USA and Cruis'n the world. It's more like the second one I mentioned, because of the wheelies and trick system. I can say this game works well with the Wii wheel but controls weren't the problem. The problems start with the long load times. I grew up with cartridge games and any load time sucks but most Wii games load fairly quickly. This one did not. Also, it seems buggy and I'd get caught by invisible walls. One more thing is that I couldn't seem to draft the other cars. This made it difficult to win races. You can upgrade your car but even the best car fully upgraded will get passed like it's not moving. This is a bare minimum game. Only 11 tracks and about 8 cars. There's not much to do. Once I unlocked all the tracks, I saw no reason to continue playing. With the buggy walls and unforgiving A.I., I see no reason to even rent this game. I rated this game a 3 because it works at the very least but I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.

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