Be one step ahead of your competitors, finding shortcuts, repairing your car in the pit lane, and dominating your opponents from the top-down view.
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Data di rilascio: 8 giu 2012
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"I'd argue the best top down racer."

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Bang Bang Racing is a distinct arcade game focusing not only on the speed but also on the technical driving skills. The very intuitive control system and the exciting tracks provide endless fun for everyone in the family.

Bang Bang Racing delivers fast-paced racing around every corner and down every straight. Drive high-speed, pumped-up racing cars through cones, tires and exploding barrels! Be one step ahead of your competitors, finding shortcuts, repairing your car in the pit lane, and dominating your opponents from the top-down view.

Key Features:

  • Visit exotic racing locations from all around the world
  • Complete 9 challenging reversible circuits and vary them with shortcuts
  • Choose from the 20 unique vehicles across 4 classes of racing- muscle cars like N-Dura, stock car series like Evo GT, world endurance championship like Protech and formula one open wheels cars like Apex
  • Vary your choice of vehicle with one of the 8 colorful skins offered
  • Call your friends to play with 4Player Split-screen Multiplayer Races
  • Compete for top honors with extensive Friends and Global Leaderboards
  • Face dynamic, interactive objects like cones or exploding barrels that make every race unpredictable
  • Be aware of environmental conditions affecting the drivable surface-Snow, Sand, Water and Oil

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimum:

    • OS: x86 or x64 bit versions of Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Win7
    • Processor: AMD/Intel single or dual-core processor running at 2.2GHz (Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 x2 are probably the lowest CPU architectures recommended)
    • Memory: 1024MB for MS Windows XP and 1536MB for MS Windows Vista/Win7
    • Graphics: ATI/nVidia graphic card with at least 256MB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 4.0 support. ATI Radeon HD 3600 and NVIDIA Geforce 8600 are minimum required graphic cards. The game also works on the latest generation of Intel HD 3000 IGPs and AMD 6500 series IGPs.
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 300 MB HD space
    • Sound: Integrated or dedicated DirectX 9 compatible soundcard
    • Additional: Keyboard, XBOX360 Controller (optional)

    Recommended:

    • Processor: AMD/Intel dual/triple/quad-core processor running at 2.6 GHz
    • Memory:1536MB for MS Windows XP and 2048MB for Vista/Win7
    • Graphics: ATI/Nvidia dedicated graphic card with at least 512MB of dedicated VRAM and with at least DirectX 9.0c and Shader Model 4.0 support. ATI Radeon HD 3800 series and NVIDIA Geforce GTX260 and above are recommended graphic cards.
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1 persone su 2 (50%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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0.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 aprile
Mi aspettavo molto di meno da questo gioco, e invece si è rivelato un gioco di corse arcade (con visuale dall'alto) davvero molto bello, sopratutto in multiplayer!

7/10
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8 persone su 10 (80%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
2.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 febbraio
Bang Bang Racing doesn’t want to be just another isometric racer.

It’s design leans heavily toward that of classic arcade racing, uninterested the cartoony power ups and lightweight vehicles so pervasive in the genre, focusing its energy into crafting a very physical racing sensation even at the cost of neglecting everything else in the game.

And it definitely shows. Bang Bang Racing’s core racing experience is tight and fast, with cars that carry a deliberate weight as you spin around corners, and aggressive AI that holds tight to the line between challenging and unfair. The sense of speed feels amazing as you slam down on the boost and try not to wreck and your newfound velocity, something that’s difficult to land when you’re viewing the game from the viewpoint of a trailing helicopter. It’s some of the most engaging racing I’ve ever had in an isometric racer, but it’s also the first and last thing Bang Bang Racing ever excels at.

Though there’s a clear struggle during races as everyone fights for first, often spinning themselves out in the process, once you leave a race progression becomes hard to track. You unlock tracks and cars in a linear order, but it doesn’t feel like you’re ever advancing. Races come and go and I never got the impression I was driving better cars or racing smarter opponents from the first race to the last. The only difference between the four cups (which branch out into individual races) is the type of car you drive, but again there’s little to differentiate them by. Muscle cars felt the same as formula one cars, and as each cup uses small variations on the same courses I never had to adjust my racing style for any small subtleties the different vehicles might provide.

Track designs are universally solid, but you can only go so long on a dozen or so tracks before they start to feel tired. I appreciated the small ways Bang Bang Racing changes things up between races, be it switching race modes or opening and closing short cuts, and it was never much of an issue that I was still essentially doing the same races over and over. But I imagine that’s in large part do to the career mode lasting in the range of 2-3 hours, which works at keeping the sense of repetition at bay, but also meant I was done with the game rather quickly and found little excuse to replay races over again.

Most bothersome is a camera that can’t keep up with you. Bang Bang Racing has two options for this, one being a fixed camera typically from the side of the track, and a dynamic camera that stays at the isometric angle but turns to follow the direction of your car. Both are extremely problematic, the former because it makes it difficult to drive in a straight line or see where you’re going, and the latter for all of that and the added effect of being nauseatingly mushy. It pans slowly and clumsily, often leaving you staring in the wrong direction you need to drive and sliding around so much that I often started to feel ill and had to stop for fear of vomiting over my monitor. It tends to be more usable than the fixed camera, but at the added cost of motion sickness which may or may not affect you (for reference, I almost never experience it).

Yet for all Bang Bang Racing’s problems I kept coming back for the immensely fun and satisfying base racing experience. That I was willing to endure physical discomfort to play it should say how much I enjoyed it, and it makes it difficult to recommend for or against the game in any large capacity. I can only hope developer Digital Reality gets another crack at it and can fix the problems present here, because they’ve got a great foundation to work with packaged together in a miserable shell.
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1 persone su 1 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
11.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 5 maggio
This may seem like another Micro Machines style game, but it actually owes more to the classic Super Sprint - In fact the whole thing feels like an update version of that arcade racer. It uses most of S. Sprint's tricks with oil slicks, exploding barrels and shortcuts.

The games does have it's fair share of problems though, the biggest of which is those oil slicks and barrels. Look at it this way: you are about to win a race, you hit an oil slick, you lose the race. I know that this is old school, but it's pretty annoying and takes some of the skill from the races. Also you will notice that the camera spins around the car making it feel like a little RC racer. Unfortunately it just can't keep up, especially with faster cars which makes it precise driving difficult. Of course this isn't that much of a problem unless you care about the time trials.

Having said that racing is usually quite fun and opponents race fairly. You can use the exploding barrels and other hazards against them which even things up a bit.

On the whole I found that I enjoyed it more than I disliked it which means it's a recommendation from me.
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7 persone su 7 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
6.4 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 novembre 2013
Bang Bang Racing è un po’ così: è quel numero che tanto aspettavi di vedere sullo schermo del telefono, ma una volta risposto non ti dice tutto quello che vorresti sentire. Però ti fa comunque piacere ricevere quella telefonata. Metafore a parte, questo gioco di corse arcade sembra quasi più un prodotto per Wii che per PC: dimensioni deformate, ambientazioni coloratissime, pubblico fatto solo da megatestone… solo che è su Steam. “Sacrilegio!” urlerà qualcuno, ma tutto sommato, se considerato per quello che è, Bang Bang Racing non delude poi tanto. Una carriera con 4 livelli di difficoltà, 4 campionati (non sono gli stessi della carriera, ma sono molto simili) e una modalità a gioco libero sono l’offerta del gioco di Digital Reality & Playbox. Per ogni livello di difficoltà, aumenterà la cilindrata e l’aspetto delle auto da guidare, ma le tipologie saranno sempre le stesse, pur se da sbloccare ottenendo medaglie da podio: avremo quindi la versione più robusta, quella con una manovrabilità migliore, la scattante tutta accelerazione, quella dall’N2O più potente delle altre e l’ultima dalla velocità di punta più alta.

Vieni a leggere la recensione completa su TheShelterNetwork.com:
http://theshelternetwork.com/bang-bang-racing/
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2 persone su 2 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
4.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 21 agosto 2014
Il migliore tra i giochi di "macchinine" che ho provato su steam. Molto divertente ma richiede anche abilità nel seguire le giuste traietorie, tagliare le curve, ecc... Il modello di guida è fatto molto bene ed è un piacere pilotare le 3 classi di vetture disponibili. Sono presenti diversi tracciati molto vari tra loro, distribuiti in un paio di modalità di gioco in single player e una in multi locale. L'unica pecca è data dall'assenza di multiplayer online, che purtroppo influisce sulla longevità del titolo.
Acquisto comunque obbligato (in sconto o in bundle) per gli amanti dei racing arcade.
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