posted by Darksnake (OVERLAND PARK, KS) Apr 15, 2006
Member since Mar 2006
Alright let me say this first, I love the fast paced action and being able to blow up almost everything, from buildings to bridges to even derailing the train and the online play does not disappoint. But this is not all good, there are only about 5 maps per type of race and only 3 types of races. When i say 5 maps i mean 3 locations with 2 of them repeated locations on different roads. The game play gets repetitive and your opponents get harder. Overall I liked it but it was too short and remedial.
Full Auto could have been so cool if it weren't so quickly tiresome. The graphics are clean and very nice but not exactly eye popping. The cars handle well, but really feel too tight, kind of like your are on rails so to speak. The action is intense and great with more players shooting each other up. I had some initial fun blowing stuff up and using the innovative Unwreck feature, but the entertainment of the game overall was less than satisfying. It's a real shame this sounded great in the previews, but just doesn't deliver on the hype and expected game play. I say rent it for a weekend with some friends but save your money and avoid owning it.
Full Auto isn't a horrible game, nor is it a fantastic game. Full Auto is a fair game. Good Notes: Many different tracks and cars to play on. Short load times. Physics are nice. Negative remarks: I haven't even seen a true storyline to the game where is the story line? The game is extremely repetitive. You drive around to win first place or you try to blow up as much as you can. Destroy target cars. That's just about it. While there is a wide variety of cars there isn't a huge difference in cars. Is this worth the rent? Yes! Is it worth a buy? By my judgment? No. If you haven't tried already try Project Gotham Racing. If you're looking for an all out destruction type game. Keep waiting. Maybe they'll get it right next time.