Metascore
58

Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 16
  2. Negative: 0 out of 16
  1. Even though it’s very fun, it’s just over way too fast.
  2. Even though it’s very fun, it’s just over way too fast.
  3. While destroying and smashing things in a non-bloody way is always fun to do, this game doesn't offer much to keep players' attention in the long run.
  4. 67
    While destroying and smashing things in a non-bloody way is always fun to do, this game doesn't offer much to keep players' attention in the long run.
  5. Unlike every other game in the known universe (and three or four from a small developer based in 7-Space), you can't turn off the game's forgettable music, which alas drowns out the game's weapon and engine effects.
  6. 65
    Unlike every other game in the known universe (and three or four from a small developer based in 7-Space), you can't turn off the game's forgettable music, which alas drowns out the game's weapon and engine effects.
  7. The game could benefit from a multiplayer mode, but the solo action is pretty smashing. [July 2002, p.151]
  8. 64
    The game could benefit from a multiplayer mode, but the solo action is pretty smashing. [July 2002, p.151]
  9. There really isn't enough game here to justify a purchase. [Apr 2002, p.89]
  10. 60
    There really isn't enough game here to justify a purchase. [Apr 2002, p.89]
  11. 55
    Monster Jam won't last more than a single sitting.
  12. 55
    Monster Jam won't last more than a single sitting.
  13. 52
    Extremely low replay value.
  14. Unfortunately, for all its intensity, the experience will be very brief indeed as the lack of a multiplayer mode virtually cripples this content-light cartridge.
  15. 50
    Unfortunately, for all its intensity, the experience will be very brief indeed as the lack of a multiplayer mode virtually cripples this content-light cartridge.

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