Gorkamorka is a combat racing game based on the Warhammer 40,000 universe. Players can choose to either take control of the driver's seat or the gunner position in each vehicle.
Aside from its amusing track design and decent customization elements, there really isn't anything much there in regard to actual compelling gameplay.
While it would have been nice to see some slightly more drastic changes to the Crazy Taxi formula, fans of the original will immediately feel right at home with Crazy ...
18 Wheeler would be easier to recommend as a budget title; with a price comparable to more lasting games, however, it's probably best left as a rental.
Exhibition of Speed is a Dreamcast racer that finds a happy medium between the realm of arcade racers, and the harsher, more sim-driven school of driving.
The game introduces a few clever concepts, but its length and the gameplay flaws significantly limit the game.
Developed by the CSK Research Institute, Power Jet Racing 2001 hopes to supplant Wave Race 64 as the premier jet ski racer.
Surf Rocket Racers is what happens when a game developer takes a stock game formula and simply goes nowhere with it.
Metropolis Street Racer is a beautiful racer with accurate physics and tight control, but the kudos system makes it far more challenging than it needs to be.
While the game boasts about 40 different Ducati motorcycles, Ducati World Racing Challenge is severely hampered by its flawed control, obsolete graphics, and bad sound.
Not content with poking holes into trees, Woody Woodpecker will now go racing, courtesy of Konami. Up to eight characters from the classic cartoons will race in specialized, and equally ...
The sequel to Toy Commander puts you in control of toy vehicles who race it out in an indoor environment.
Vanishing Point is an excellent racing game marred by the developer's attempts to overcomplicate things.
Those who are looking for another game to play online with the Dreamcast should consider picking up this one.
The interesting level design, copious eye candy, and heavily touted online play are crippled by the games fumbled controls.
Because of all the game's problems, it seems likely that not many players will stick with it long enough to enjoy it.
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