Monster Truck Madness Game Boy Advance
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release Date: Aug 11, 2003
Metascore
75

Generally favorable reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  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. Fans of the bigger versions of Monster Truck Madness will find almost everything they need in this impressive handheld version. [Fall 2003, p.48]
  5. The real problem with Monster Truck Madness is that it's strictly a single-player experience.
  6. Visuals are definitely the strength of the game. Controls and audio would fight for second place. Variety, unfortunately, is last.
  7. 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.
  8. 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]
  9. For quick, pick me up & play game, Monster Truck Madness will not disappoint. The 3D graphics are impressive and the racing is smooth & polished. However those gamers looking for a more in-depth racing experience will be disappointed.
  10. 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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