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Yet another dud from Data Design Interactive

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) Mar 30, 2008

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Member since Jan 2008

The next time Data Design Interactive offers to make a Wii racing game, Nintendo should just say NO. This is the third game made in the last few months by these guys (with RIG RACER 2 and MONSTER TRUX OFF ROAD being the other two), and it still suffers from lacking graphics, an AI that runs me off the road (even on easy) and spotty controls.
Another problem all three games have is the few tracks. QUAD BIKES says it has "over 70 different outdoor and arena tacks" when it only has 18. Flipping a track vertically doesn't make it different. Putting obstacles on a track doesn't make it different.

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I'm not sold on any Wii driving yet

posted by G5Xeon (WOODLAND, CA) Mar 25, 2008

Member since Oct 2004

I don't know if it's just me but so far I have not enjoyed any of the driving games that use the controller in the way the norm seems to be. Either it seems too sensitive or it it's on the opposite end.

I don't get the reason why everyone wants to have steering and tilt based only with the Wii remote. So far I am going to stay away from most driving games because of this. I don't feel that accurate feedback is there yet.

I may be in the minority but I just haven't warmed up to the control scheme that most developers seem to want to use. It feels too disconnected.

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Really Bad

Kawasaki quad bike

posted by mjpaint (SEDRO WOOLLEY, WA) Sep 16, 2008

Member since Feb 2008

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game will make anyone breakout the old atari to play pong or circus circus. You might even possibly win. you should get your money back for renting this ridicules game

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