Big Mutha Truckers 2
Big Mutha Truckers 2 begins with Ma Jackson being taken into police custody for tax evasion. The only way she can win her case is by hiring Cousin Jacob, the most “fancy-talkin’ legal fella” this side of Booger’s Canyon. Players will be challenged to raise the cash needed to bribe jurors to let Ma off by trucking, trading, wheeling and dealing.
The go-anywhere, any-time philosophy that was utilized in the original Big Mutha Truckers will be expanded for Big Mutha Truckers 2 with additional routes, hidden shortcuts, and the ability to drive numerous vehicles. Players have the freedom to deviate from their route and explore the highways and back roads to whichever city they decide to visit. In addition, the trading process will be extremely streamlined, with more focus on the on-road action.
When I sawdrafek | June 17, 2013 | See all drafek's reviews »
When I first saw the title I though for real? But the game is made pretty well, a little bit outdated graphics but it isn't that bad. The game plays nice, the music is really good, well, it's okay. I would say pick it up and try it yourself.
Really weird, but kinda neatCooberstooge | Sept. 2, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »
If you're one who prefers their trucking games to be more of the sim variety, you'll want to look elsewhere, since Big Mutha Truckers 2 is arcade action all the way through. This game is very strange, but you'll come to love the weird redneck vibe that permeates it.
Graphics aren't really the focus here, but they more than adequately do the job. Explosions and vehicle deformation is particularly well done, and doesn't tax your computer very much either. All of the trucks are suitably different and reflect the crazies who drive them, which makes replaying the game a more than worthy endeavor.
The sounds are mostly forgettable, especially the background music which, while it serves its purpose, could really have been done without. The talk between drivers is pretty funny at first, but eventually the repeated lines will start getting on your nerves. The trucks sound good though, and races have a good amount of skidding, crashing, and crunching to be heard.
Control-wise, the game is easy to get used to, and you'll be powersliding around corners in no time. The default layout works perfectly well, and I never once found myself reaching for an awkward key.
Never once ran across any bugs, but environment clipping was pretty common - not really a concern since this is a budget game, after all. It's a nice, solid way to spend a few hours on a raint day, and something you'll be more than happy to come back to.
Not that bad...jeyko | Aug. 21, 2012 | See all jeyko's reviews »
As ridiculously fishy as the name sounds, this game is pretty cool. It is actually an arcadey races where surprisingly you drive a truck. The radios are really, really funny, but the music is average. If you are really desperate for an arcadey truck driving game, this is for you.