Top-down racing evolution has arrived!
Little Racers STREET fuses the fun-oriented simplicity of top-down racing games with the excitement of street racing, and the results couldn't be better!
Experience thrilling high speed races, and drift like never before along more than 200 different events. With varied weather conditions affecting handling, you'll need precise driving to reach the first places, and success!
Two cities featuring over 60 different tracks will put your skills to test in the career mode. Start from scratch, and purchase or improve your cars as you keep winning racings and climbing the driver rankings. Complete the challenges to earn special rewards and unlock the high tier cars!
Pick the right car for each race, from an impressive selection of 40+ cars divided in 6 performance tiers. From the slow and steady Panzer to the allmighty Fetuccini Langostino, you'll really feel the difference!
The online multiplayer mode for up to 12 players is fully integrated with the career mode: Race with your friends and earn credits you can spend on new cars and upgrades!
You also can try the time trial mode and try to improve your best laps or compete against your friends, and check your position in the world leaderboards.
Approx. 200 events on 60 different tracks.
Spectacular drifting physics and handling.
Weather effects (Rain,Snow,Night...) that greatly affect handling.
40+ cars available for purchase and customization, with 6 performance tiers.
50+ additional challenges with specific rewards.
Time trial mode with ghost car features and leaderboards.
Extensive career mode offering hours of content.
Smooth online multiplayer experience for up to 12 players, integrated with career mode and supporting AI racers.
2 Huge cities to drive on
It's not Speed Demons, but I've played worst top-down/isometric racing arcade games. What I really didn't like about the game is its structure, or the lack of it. In Little Street Racers you play events to earn a lot of money to be spent in new cars or upgrades, but there is no ultimate objective in doing so. You just keep buying and buying. No game over screen, no credits rolling, nothing. Add to that the fact that it is pretty difficult. Normal difficulty levels are ok, but you will get way less money from those and you'll have to repeat each event a lot to get the amount you need for the best cars and upgrades. Higher difficulty levels give you more money, but it is so hard that it becomes unfair in 80 % of the races. A good game to play for a bit, but the more you play the worse it becomes.
Little Racers Street is a decent racing game that gives you a top down view of the action. It doesn't really bring anything new to the genre and it doesn't have weapons for attacking your opponents. The turning is loose to allow for drifting and you have a boost meter. There are lots of cars and upgrades. That should give you a good idea of what the game is like. There is a career mode and also online racing, which features AI in case there aren't other people to play against. All in all, it's a fairly standard racing game. What might stand out is the lighting and track design. It's a pretty shiny game. It looks pretty nice in comparison to other indie racing games. The track design and variety is pretty good as well. While not as impressive as AAA racing games, for a small indie game, it's one of the better ones.
This is a classic top down style racer, but it takes a lot of elements of need for speed and midnight club as well. it has good drifting, but poor vehicle handling in my opinion, but seeing as it is more of an arcade driving type of thing, i'm not too un-happy with it. the car choices and performance options are very broad and makes for different play-throughs more enjoyable and interesting. the cities that you race in are fairly big as well and make for endless combinations of tracks and can sometimes confuse you as to where you are and where you're going. the real awesomeness is the multiplayer though. you can play against up to 12 people and can be a little rediculous at times, but still very fun and challenging. the main story is a little meh and isn't really worth it to play on your own. your better off finding some friends and having a good time that way. the graphics are nice and smooth looking but can run a little slow on low performance machines due to the amount of particle physics going on... but as long as you can get the setting just right, this game is as smooth as butter and doesn't really need all the bells and whistles it comes with.
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