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Ridge Racer Unbounded


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Hold On Tight!!!!!!!

posted by fantasy_boy (NEWPORT, TN) Apr 13, 2012

Member since May 2011

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

Going to be a short review.
FUN that is all I got to say.....

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its got it all

posted by JXC2010 (FAYETTEVILLE, NC) Aug 9, 2012

Member since Oct 2010

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

destruction mayhem drifting oh and racing at its finest who hates wraping their car around some bridge support and losing the race... everybody thats who well to heck with it just go right through the darn thing and taking out your opponent at the same time is just icing on the cake the latest ridge racer. been playing all the ridge racer games for a long time and i must say this one has it all. if you only played the demo than you are missing out on the rest of the fun. drift races time trials stunt races and stright up frag races. and they still have the good old straight up racing skill beats all so buckle up and take'm out in this rockin game.

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Very Good


posted by gamewiz1JLG (FOLEY, AL) Aug 6, 2012

Member since Aug 2012

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

Let's start out by making one thing very clear, this is definitely not your old Ridge racer. This game is completely fresh, and has no ties with the older Ridge racers. The cars handle well, but they are definitely not on a rail as before. You must learn to drift, this is crucial. Without this skill, you are going to be eating dirt often, so get used to using the little red button:) The graphics are pretty good, not the best I've seen, but very good nonetheless. There are tons of different ways you can race, and some of those are directly ripped off from other popular racing games. You get to crash into cars, via Burnout, you get to do some wacky obstacle races like Beatle adventure racing on the N64, and you can blow up buildings as well as other obstacles when your boost meter is full. Overall I would say that this game is definitely worth a rental, if not a purchase. I am already wondering if I should just use the keep it feature, since it's exactly the type of racing game I have been wanting.

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