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Most racing games have the idea that you blast your opponent with weapons or use speed boosts to win the race. But those of us looking for a more authentic racing experience might look to NASCAR 2011: the Game. In this version, you have a few options:
First, you can play the Sprint Cup tournament where you rack up points by leading laps and placing high in the finishing order.
Or you can pick one of the 27 tracks available and just have one race. There are three types of races in this mode: the standard Single Race where you try to finish first, the Eliminator where you have to avoid being in last place when the timer runs out or you can just practice driving on that track. Multiplayer is available for the Single Player and Eliminator races.
And I like the drafting feature this game has - driving strategically is vital to getting first place. The best way to play the game is with the Wiimote/Nunchuck combo - the tilting mechanism of the Wiimote alone doesn’t work well here.
So far, so good right? Not so fast. This game’s got severe limitations on what you can do.
First off, there’s no online mode, so you’ll have to race with your friends split screen. Oh wait - you can only race one friend split screen (instead of the 3 that’s the norm for racers).
You can only get one viewpoint of the race - from behind the car. You do not get the bumper cam or the view from the driver’s seat.
The cars are not adjustable in any way except for the paint; you can’t adjust the engine, the suspension, tires, or gas tank. They want us to pay $50 for this?
And a major problem I had with the game is the AI does NOT pit at any point during the race. I had a one half a lap lead, but had to pit for gas and tires - and when I got out of the pit, I was placed all the way in last place.
NASCAR 2011 has some great ideas, but those limitations really hurt those selling points. SKIP IT.