Hear the tyres scream in the second edition of the 4 wheels racing game by Black Bean! Next challenge brings the Superstars V8 series to a new level of realism and fun: New and improved in-game physics and damage, the exclusive Evolving Track system and the cockpit view lets you enjoy speed and adrenaline like never before.Read full description
Hear the tyres scream in the second edition of the 4 wheels racing game by Black Bean! Next challenge brings the Superstars V8 series to a new level of realism and fun: New and improved in-game physics and damage, the exclusive Evolving Track system and the cockpit view lets you enjoy speed and adrenaline like never before. Plus, top-class cars from 7 different manufacturers, living and breathing 3D environments and online multiplayer for up to 16 challengers on the track at the same time!
Gianni Morbidelli, the last 2 years champion of the Superstars competition, has contributed to the fine tuning of the car behaviour and the tracks layout.
Features - up to 16 players online - Realistic settings with many performance and aesthetics improvements - Exciting tracks, extremely realistic graphics and physics. - All the official drivers including champions such as Gianni Morbidelli and Stefano Gabellini - 19 faithfully reproduced cars racing simultaneously such as BMW 550, Jaguar S, BMW M5, BMW M3 e Audi RS4. - All the official tracks such as Mugello, Monza, Valencia, Adria, Misano Adriatico, Adria, Kyalami, Portimao e Vallelunga and other never published before tracks such as Magione e Varano.
I enjoyed this game. The gameplay, grapchic and of course sound are all of a good quality. This title is very much like the classic TOCA games, but with a wide range of Italian tracks. It's easy though, even on higher difficulty levels. Plus for weekend players, but for the rest... Over all for TOCA fan games or for more casual racers its a must buy.
It's a decent racing game for the asking price of $9.99. The game works well with keyboard and controller. The controls are simple for turns, braking, changing gears etc. It is fun to test out the different cars. The game mechanics are decent. There are some decent game modes: quick race, championship, practice school, and racing school. The driving and racing schools are good to start with to get use to the controls. The Quick Race mode is what you would expect, it's a quick match. Championship mode is where the fun is at and pretty much serves as the game's campaign mode. Too bad this game isn't on steam, but still might be worth checking out if it is on sale or if you like racing games.
One of the best racing games i've played, it's realism really was great for it's year, spent lots of time on it trying to learn it.
I was expecting something of a 'TOCA' but the car physics are some way above that - disable the TC and race in the wet at your peril! The (optional) licence system also does a great job of showing you the ropes and it looks and sounds fine to my eyes and ears. Downsides? The AI isn't the smartest cookie in the box and it's crashed more than once when saving my game (without saving it) which could get annoying...
As a racing game junkie, I fell in love with this one. It stands tall on its racing, but it also highlights a too-little-used genre of racing, namely the Aussie V8 Supercars. And really, who doesn't want to bang a burbly V8 race car around a racetrack?! Definitely try this one if you're looking for a man's man racing game, or are at all a fan of the series.
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