I like to claim to be a fan of more 'casual' racing experiences, such as GRID, Flatout and maybe Gran Turismo, so I decided to pick this game up in a bundle for 79p, thinking that it can't be TOO bad.
Oh boy, how wrong was I?
First of all, when plugging my USB Gamepad in and launching with it enabled, my cursor kept going to the right in-game, which is where I found out that the mouse can be controlled with the analog stick, and for whatever reason it seemed very buggy. There were also numerious spelling errors, which I can forgive since it is not an English developer.
Despite all that, I started a career and entered my first race, and, simply put, I was not expecting the level of sheer incompetence in the driving. On my game controller, the left analog stick controlled throttle, brake AND steering, which was odd, so I chose to use a keyboard.
My rig can run GTAV at 1080p 60fps, and it was struggling with this game, which was alarming as it looked like a game from 2006. The game controlled HORRIBLY, and the AI seems to be arguably braindead. There was a point where a rival mounted my trailer somehow, with the lackluster physics engine enabling it to.
There are no engine noises, instead the pure lack of anything is filled with a really bad 'country' soundtrack, which I had definitely heard somewhere before.
A game shouldn't be tedious to play, but halfway through the first race I just wanted it to stop, and that's not what you want from a game in the slightest. The most entertainment this game provided me was uninstalling it.
1/10 - Don't buy it.