So the first time I put this game in to play was right after it came out with my friend and we played the multi-player and thought it was a little boring. It sat on my shelf for few months and somehow finally it found itself back in my console and I started the single player mode. I thought it was decent at first and then I started to notice all these little details about it and the game just seemed to become more life like. I got really addicted to playing for hours. Good selection of different vehicles to unlock and choose from and three diffrent cities that have a solid atmosphere to each. Also the radio stations are just amazingly funny and rememorable. The whole post-apocalyptic scenario is great and is the closet thing I've ever played to a Road Warrior-ish game, so I totally enjoyed it. Also theirs rockets you can fire and have a first person view as it flys in the air so you can direct it to its point of impact. Very fun overlooked game for sure.
RoadKill isn't recognized by many today, nor was it at the time of its release. Many people overlook this game, don't appreciate it, or just have never heard of it. Let me start by saying if you're a fan of the Twisted M... Read Full Review
RoadKill is probably my favorite driving game ever made. It's just really fun, and top notch quality, not quantity (though it does have a lot). On the back of the box it says, "Twisted Metal: Black meets Grand Theft A... Read Full Review