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Positive (5 reviews) - 80% of the 5 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 24, 2012

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This content requires the base game Ridge Racer™ Unbounded on Steam in order to play.

Buy Ridge Racer™ Unbounded - Ridge Racer™ Type 4 Machine and El Mariachi Pack

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Buy Ridge Racer Unbounded Bundle

Includes 5 items: Ridge Racer™ Unbounded - Ridge Racer™ Type 4 Machine and El Mariachi Pack, Ridge Racer™ Unbounded, Ridge Racer™ Unbounded - Extended Pack: 3 Vehicles + 5 Paint Jobs, Ridge Racer™ Unbounded - Ridge Racer™ 1 Machine and the Hearse Pack, Ridge Racer™ Unbounded - Ridge Racer™ 7 Machine Pack

 

About This Content

A fan favorite and a machine for the one's who feel a little bit country!

System Requirements

    Minimum:



    • OS:Windows XP, Vista SP2 32-bit, Seven. [Windows up to date and latest service pack installed]

    • Processor:Dual Core Athlon x2 2.6 GHz or Intel Equivalent

    • Memory:2 GB RAM

    • Graphics:ATI Radeon 4850 or NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT

    • DirectX®:9.0c

    • Hard Drive:3 GB HD space

    • Sound:DirectX Compatible

    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection

Customer reviews
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Overall:
Positive (5 reviews)
Recently Posted
Pywackett-Barchetta
Posted: July 15
Considering the hit-or-miss nature of this game's DLC cars, I didn't expect these two to really be worthy additions. Consider me pleasantly surprised!

The Type 4 is a well-rounded, balanced car with a sweet retro aesthetic. It's one of the rare cars in this game that allows for just the right level of challenge, and not just either breezing through the pack or getting totally curbstomped. It's sturdy and grippy and all around a very satisfying machine to drive. It differentiates itself in its class by being rather plain and accessible, oddly enough. The classic decals are wonderful icing that'll make sure you stand out from the pack. Not that it wouldn't already, being straight from the 90's.

The Mariachi is basically an El Camino. That should say enough. In case it doesn't, though, it's one of the rare bulky vehicles that isn't all about strength. It's got an excellent roar to the engine and decent acceleration, but it swerves in a way that's wild without being uncontrollable or even unpredictable. If you want to take your corners wide and plow through every other driver in the process while keeping your speed up, this is definitely one to ride.

In short, if you're eyeing more machines for this game, this pack is pretty much the only one without a weakest link of the bunch. They're both awesome and they're both really fun if you enjoy the core game already.
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Suo 💛
Posted: September 12, 2015
Why's the Type 4 remind me so much of Burnout 3? Also, FOUC's Lentus.
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Wolfy!!x2 #teamnikumi
Posted: August 17, 2015
Useless. Dont buy it.
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Шοοđ spoon
Posted: November 10, 2014
i would like it if i could use the cars i pay for with every type of gamemode
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Most Helpful Reviews  Overall
5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: September 12, 2015
Why's the Type 4 remind me so much of Burnout 3? Also, FOUC's Lentus.
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7 of 12 people (58%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: November 10, 2014
i would like it if i could use the cars i pay for with every type of gamemode
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3 of 21 people (14%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
Posted: August 17, 2015
Useless. Dont buy it.
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Recommended
Posted: July 15
Considering the hit-or-miss nature of this game's DLC cars, I didn't expect these two to really be worthy additions. Consider me pleasantly surprised!

The Type 4 is a well-rounded, balanced car with a sweet retro aesthetic. It's one of the rare cars in this game that allows for just the right level of challenge, and not just either breezing through the pack or getting totally curbstomped. It's sturdy and grippy and all around a very satisfying machine to drive. It differentiates itself in its class by being rather plain and accessible, oddly enough. The classic decals are wonderful icing that'll make sure you stand out from the pack. Not that it wouldn't already, being straight from the 90's.

The Mariachi is basically an El Camino. That should say enough. In case it doesn't, though, it's one of the rare bulky vehicles that isn't all about strength. It's got an excellent roar to the engine and decent acceleration, but it swerves in a way that's wild without being uncontrollable or even unpredictable. If you want to take your corners wide and plow through every other driver in the process while keeping your speed up, this is definitely one to ride.

In short, if you're eyeing more machines for this game, this pack is pretty much the only one without a weakest link of the bunch. They're both awesome and they're both really fun if you enjoy the core game already.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Funny