Underneath Clutch's snarly, indie, East Euro exterior beats the heart of a very average racer that gets repetitive quickly. Sure, the races take place in a zombie-plagued future, but your tasks are essentially the same as in every other arcade racer out there, just with a "STALKER-ish" paint job. There's fixed checkpoint races, (semi-) random checkpoint races, demolition derbies, "ram the other racer" races, and variations on these themes. The fact that you're mowing down zombies between point A and point B is kind of exciting at first, but then you realize that there's far better arcade racers out there (say, the first GRID) and far better mow-the-peds-down racers out there (the old, but still vital, Carmageddon). If you absolutely have to motor over zombies I'd recommend the top-down "Zombie Driver", which, while still an indie eyesore, gives you actual missions and guns. Clutch: 2/5 stars.