REAL WORLD RACING is a top-down racing game using high-quality aerial imagery that lets you race through the world's greatest cities! Speed through London, Paris, Berlin, Rome and many other cities from a new and realistic perspective in a refreshing take on racing simulations.
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发行日期: 2013年12月6日
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"Top down, Google Earth style racing. Really cool presentation and a ton of fun, with more realism than most racers. 8/10 (online isnt very active sadly)"
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REAL WORLD RACING is a top-down racing game using high-quality aerial imagery that lets you race through the world's greatest cities!
Speed through London, Paris, Berlin, Rome and many other cities from a new and realistic perspective in a refreshing take on racing simulations.



The use of high resolution aerial photographic images with 3D terrain enhancements, weather conditions and lighting effects guarantees a stunning visual experience.



REAL WORLD RACING delivers faithfully modelled car parameters and physics simulation for the best control experience yet in a top-down racer.



With a full-fledged career mode, online multiplayer up to 16 players and special Online challenges, REAL WORLD RACING really keeps you coming back for more. Compete in a variety of events ranging from Slalom courses to arcade-like Checkpoint races.



Find your favourites among 80 cars, each with its very own driving style and swappable liveries, 50+ tracks running along world-famous landmarks, 80+ career events and 50 collectible challenge cards are only a taste of what awaits you in REAL WORLD RACING.



Developed by a small and dedicated indie team, REAL WORLD RACING is a live game, constantly updated and shaped by the playerbase, with free additional content planned and added regularly.

系统需求

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or higher
    • Processor: Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9, Shader Model 3.0 compliant (Intel HD Graphics Core Series)
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 2500 MB available space
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4 人中有 4 人(100%)觉得这篇评测有价值
有 2 人觉得这篇评测很欢乐
2.5 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月10日
上帝视角的赛车类游戏,画面场景和渲染做的不错,游戏车辆还是比较多的,毕竟制作组没有太多资金买车子品牌授权,基本都是看车型猜车子品牌,音乐很不错,虽然总体没有某些大作类赛车好,但是休闲玩玩确实不错,解锁赛道和车子,还有steam云这点很棒,打折买更划算,如果你买了全部DLC车子的话跑赛道无压力~
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28 人中有 28 人(100%)觉得这篇评测有价值
22.3 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月2日
I don't normally write reviews, but it is a crying shame that this game has a Mixed review status. After putting in over 22 hours of play, I've attained all of the offline trophies and had an absolute blast doing it. The top negative review complains of "impossible challenges," but that's just not true. They're hard enough where you will need to practice, but that just means the sense of satisfaction when you DO beat them is all the better.
The game looks great. I love the idea of using aerial imagery, and it really makes the game look like nothing else out there. I've also seen the framerate mentioned, and I'm here to say I've experienced no slowdown (unless an anti-virus scan kicks on, or some other program). The game is impressively polished. There are tons of cars and tracks to unlock. The special livery for each car will have you wanting to beat that next challenge to see what it looks like.
Real World Racing reinvigorated my interest in a game genre that isn't well-represented these days, and I can't recommend it enough. Do yourself a favor and don't listen to the cry babies. RWR is an absolute steal when it goes on sale. Pick it up!
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3.1 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月4日
Well, I was on the fence as far as buying this game goes, but I'm glad I did. It's actually a very fun racing game presented in a somewhat unique fashion.

It basically looks like Google Earth/Maps/what have you, with the street view, and your racing is all top down view. This looks really cool, adds a dose of realism to the game, and is effective in presenting the game in a manner quite unlike anything I have seen previously.

I dont know how authentic the cities really are, but they look perfect in my estimation. I can see myself actually driving through those cities. It's all street racing, and there are points where the roads narrow, split, go under bridges or large trees, etc...that can make the races even more challenging than they already are.

So, what about the races and the cars themselves? The cars are cool. There are a lot of unlockable cars plus an in game dealership to buy more with money earned in races. There isnt a lot of in game detail due to the google Earth approach, but you can go to the garage via the in game options to see what they really look like, what their strengths and weaknesses are, etc...They actually handle a lot like real cars in my estimation. No loose controls or silly features. This game rewards tight, practical control of your vehicle, and everything seems pretty much just like the way real cars handle.You will need to practice to get good at this game. Sloppy play will result in a lot of replays. That said, I didnt find that it took too long to get accustomed to the controls, and once you do, you defintiely feel like you can take down every race. Just know this isnt a casual game as far as the mechanics go. You WILL need to learn how to drive your cars properly.

The races themselves take the form of all the standards....normal lap races, time trials, elimination, and so on. There is also a helicopter cam race type where instead of being the normal top down view, you instead are looking at your vehicle via the helicopters camera. It's a pretty cool type of race that I havent seen before either.

The only real downside to this game that I can see is the distinct lack of an online community. There doesnt ever seem to be anybody online, which kind of sucks since a lot of the features and cheevos are dependant on online play. I thinmk the way to go is to simply play with people you know, or possibly to start a Steam group specifically for this, and then list it on the Community Hub.

Anyway, I give the game itself 8 out of 10. It's actually really good. However, that rating could slide quite a bit if you are hoping for online play, which is virtually non-existent sadly
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7 人中有 6 人(86%)觉得这篇评测有价值
21.8 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月2日
Real World Racing is a perfect example of what indie games bring to the gaming industry - someone had a really clever idea ("Let's make Google Earth: The Racing Game!") and rather than worrying about whether or not top-down racing games are popular enough to sell a million copies or whatever they just went out and made a great game. If you've played a lot of racing games and you're looking for something new and original, or if you love top-down racers and you're looking for a good one, this is the game you're looking for.

The first thing that demands attention in Real World Racing is the visuals. The game features a top-down view with 3D graphics created from satellite imagery, which creates a truly unique aesthetic. While photorealism may be all the rage in modern games, you've never seen this type of photorealism, where all of the eccentricities of the real world are faithfully reproduced to the pixel. Roads meander, split, narrow, and bend in all kinds of illogical ways. Houses and trees are all distinct from each other, and often show signs of real-world wear. There are all kinds of subtle little details, like pools, parks, and back alleys. The tracks in this game simply feel alive in a way that most games don't, probably because they actually are. This in turn makes seeing each new stage exciting because the visuals are just so fresh.

Of course, pretty graphics are one thing, but they don't count for much if the game isn't fun to play. Luckily, it's also very well made from a gameplay perspective. As with many other modern racing games, Real World Racing occupies a kind of middle ground between arcade and simulation mechanics, where you have to control your speed and use brakes to corner effectively, but cars still corner better than in real life and there's no car damage (though spinning out can happen and is very costly). This is a great fit for this type of game, as it gives the game some depth without being off-putting for those who just enjoy the visuals or like the simplicity of top-down racing. There's also a handy racing line indicator that helps you learn the courses and find the best lines, though deviating from it occasionally will be necessary to net those top times. The game also features a lengthy and well fleshed-out campaign mode featuring 5 gradually increasing speed classes of 15 or so races each, each of which has a primary win condition and an optional challenge for completionists, like "take first place on lap 1 and hold it" or "don't ever hit the opponent car". Beyond this there's also a single race mode, time trials, and online multiplayer, as you would expect.

For all of its strengths the game does have a few issues. For one thing, while the aforementioned challenge system does help to extend the life of the game, many of the challenges simply aren't very fun. One of the best things about the racing genre is how simple it is - just get to the finish line first by any means necessary - but the challenges frequently place additional restrictions upon you that muddy this winning formula. Having to restart a race even though you're smoking everyone because you haven't scored enough perfect drifts for the bonus challenge can get tedious, especially on some of the psychotically-hard final challenges. The game also has some issues with crashing, it crashed on me probably 20 times or so in the time it took me to 100% it, which is a fair bit by modern standards. The DLC also isn't integrated into the campaign mode at all, which is regrettable, because the maps are otherwise pretty cool.

Overall, it's definitely a fun and unique experience and it left me wanting more (I want to race the entire world now!) which is always a good sign. Definitely well worth checking out.
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3 人中有 3 人(100%)觉得这篇评测有价值
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5.7 小时(记录在案的)
发布于:3月18日
This is the best top-down racing game on steam. I don't normally play top-down racers, but when I do, it's Real World Racing.

That's about it, there is not much to it. It's a top-down racing game.

Or is it?

Pros:

+Top-down
+Very nice graphics
+Real cities
+Actually fun to drive (try that manual gear son)
+Engine sounds
+Day/Night concept in races
+Bonus objectives to complete during races
+Stuff unlocking
+Different race types (knock-out, one-on-one etc.)
+Multiple DLCs to download (including a zombie filled one)

Cons:

-Handling of cars can sometimes be frustrating - especially on higher tiers (those things fly)
-No car modifications (except colors)

That's about it. There is a career mode where you can climb the tiers up. Higher tier cars are harder to drive. The tracks tend to get harder as well. You will unlock special paint jobs for your vehicles. You will stack up money and buy new cars for higher tiers. I like the whole driving license thingy as well. I always liked that in a racing game. All in all, there is no way for me to not recommend this game.

On a final note, the developers are now working on a confirmed Real World Racing 2!
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