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Average Player Score Based on 676 ratings
6.9
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Score Breakdown Based on 676 ratings
  1. 10 (103)
  2. 9 (81)
  3. 8 (149)
  4. 7 (129)
  5. 6 (83)
  6. 5 (54)
  7. 4 (22)
  8. 3 (15)
  9. 2 (14)
  10. 1 (26)

Most Helpful Positive Player Reviews

  • Rating:9.3

    Fun and very addictive

    This a seriously fun game. Graphics are not the best i have seen on the 360. Single player is repetitive. It doesn`t have a lot of modes. Basically,you tune, you race,you race you tune and that`s it.Crashes are bad.Racin... Read Full Review

    5 of 5 users found the following review helpful

What Gamespot Users have to say about Import Tuner Challenge

  • Rating:9

    This game is underrated

    listen to all the people who dont like it i ask do you like games like teken, mortal kombat. then you should like this. you get to battle with cars its inovative and not boring racing laps on the same courses just with d... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:7.5

    not as good as TXR3, or TXRD2

    The latest in the Shutokou(TXR) series. Not a bad game, but it's kind of disapointing compared to TXR3, and TXRD2. Gone are the wangan loop, Nagoya, Osaka, and a lot of cars. There's only about 12 cars in this ga... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:9

    Takes a while to get in but great game to play. Nice looking and great depth and enjoyment for many hours.

    Once you get past the initial stages and get a few cars and upgrades it is a very addicting and time consuming game. Game can be picked up for cheap and well worth it. It reminds me of GT4 and figuring out all the litt... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:6.5

    An average addition to the Shutokou Battle series with very slow AI.

    Shutokou Battle, 1999. The first racing game with fighting game elements and when it comes to the United States, it became a disappointment. Can this game be the equivalent to the 1999 installment of Shutokou Battle? I'm... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:2

    Horrible game

    Well, I got this game because the box looked nice and all, but the game sucks. The physics are horrible, and so is the gameplay. You have one highway, which is round, and there you race people. The races are too hard,... Read Full Review

    0 of 6 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:10

    Definitely the most addictive racing game ever

    When i read some of the reviews i wasn't shore i this game would be worth my time but i tell you, it pleasantly surprised me. It may not have the graphics of the gt5 or customization levels of forza2 but it delivers one... Read Full Review

    2 of 2 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:10

    not for fans of arcade racers

    this game is what street racing was suppose to be. the tokyo extreme racer series is always compared to nfs cause they want somethings shiny. txr is for technical racers not show. look in the details and youll find alot ... Read Full Review

    3 of 3 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:10

    so yeah! that's it =3

    so yeah! that's it =3 it's not like what we was thinking it could be looks like, because tokyo xtreme racer 3 has come with alot of japanes, us, europe cars & so on but I like this game more because of the graphics & th... Read Full Review

    1 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:8

    It's a fun game that is overshadowed by other games.

    I have always been a fan of the Tokyo Xtreme Racer series and this is a fun game.It brings back what was good about the series from the Dreamcast lineup.There are well over 300 different opponents to race in order to bea... Read Full Review

    0 of 1 users found the following review helpful
  • Rating:7

    My style of game, but definitely lacking compared to previous entries.

    Tokyo Xtreme Racer is a long standing series that started off small and simple, peaked at TXR: Zero for the PS2, and since then seems to have slid back down toward its earlier days with the first installment on the Dream... Read Full Review

    0 of 0 users found the following review helpful