Monster Truck Madness Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Based on the PC game of the same name, Monster Truck Madness comes to the Game Boy Advance sporting a variety of vehicles and tracks. Now you can get behind the steering wheel of one of 10 monster trucks, each with unique attributes, to compete in different challenges. All 30 tracks featureBased on the PC game of the same name, Monster Truck Madness comes to the Game Boy Advance sporting a variety of vehicles and tracks. Now you can get behind the steering wheel of one of 10 monster trucks, each with unique attributes, to compete in different challenges. All 30 tracks feature destructible objects, such as fences and crates, and an array of power-ups. Play dirty or play fair in three game modes, including Instant Action, Race, and Time Trial. Expand
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. Manages to capture the full-realism of 3D driving on a handheld device without having to make the graphics small and jagged.
  2. To be perfectly honest, this is one of the best looking Game Boy Advance games on the market...[and] one of the best arcade style racers on the Game Boy Advance.
  3. While extremely short and lacking multiplayer, Monster Truck Madness is gorgeous and still provides a fun racing experience.
  4. Visuals are definitely the strength of the game. Controls and audio would fight for second place. Variety, unfortunately, is last.
  5. 75
    A quality racing title. The lack of statistics and multiplayer mode is a shame, absolutely, but the design's core is important as well, and the racing action is definitely well produced on the limited Game Boy Advance hardware.
  6. The excellent 3-D driving engine for THQ's Monster Truck Madness offers a smooth frame rate and a genuine feeling of speed. [Sept 2003, p.138]
  7. The vehicles don't act how they would in real life and it's so short on thrills that it needs to sit atop a stack of phone books to see over the dashboard. [Oct 2003, p.145]

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  1. MikeC.
    Aug 19, 2003
    10
    ****ing awsome graphics.