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Mar 4, 2013Amazing visuals, great controls and superb car physics. You might hate the freemium model introduced in Real Racing 3. But if you decide to skip the game because of this, then you will miss out on the greatest mobile racer ever made for mobiles and tablets. Sure, you can always buy the cheapest pack which includes a nice BMW. After all that will only be a third of the price for Real Racing 2. Go ahead no one is looking. If not, then lock your credit card away and drop repairs until you get enough in-game currency to put some cars in your garage. After that there’s no turning back. You will be hooked.
Games Master UKApr 13, 2013A great game with gorgeous looks spoiled by excessive in-app demands. [May 2013, p.86]
Mar 5, 2013This is a sensitive employment of free-to-play, but despite its presentation and name, Real Racing 3 remains an arcade game in sim clothing, and one hamstrung by its host format. Limitations that keep it firmly in the tail-lights of deeper console experiences.
Feb 28, 2013There's a good game somewhere within Real Racing 3 - and there are plenty of free-to-play games that prove this model can work successfully while respecting the player. Firemonkeys, and perhaps more pertinently EA, have got that balance horribly, horribly wrong, to an extent where the business model becomes the game - with gut-wrenching results.
Mar 3, 2013This is a visually stunning and well design racing sim. Camera angles are handled well and the sense of speed is excellent.
A lot of theThis is a visually stunning and well design racing sim. Camera angles are handled well and the sense of speed is excellent.
A lot of the criticism surrounding the payment/waiting system seems to be closely tied to how much you play it. I've found that playing for 30 min spats has worked out fine. Furthermore, if you drive clean, then you're rewarded by needing less repairs. This is one aspect of the design I wish more games took into consideration. Anyone saying you can't go through a race without accruing damage is probably driving sloppily to be honest. Also, you can raise with damage, but you take minor performance hits to acceleration, top speed, etc. Some console sims DO penalize you for driving off the track or ramming other cars in terms of tire wear or the need for repairs. To me this seems pretty suitable for a mobile game to incorporate. The more skilled you are the more quickly and easily you'll progress.
There are wait times for upgrades, but if you have more than one car (which is the case as you progress), then you'll be able to switch to another car. The time shift racing aspect definitely gives it a nice amount of competitiveness as well, as long as you have some gamecenter/facebook friends using the game. You'll still see other players around the globe playing, but it's fun to see a friend one-upping your own records. All in all, this is a great game at a very low cost. It is a sim at hear, so I wouldn't expect it to appeal as much to someone expecting a Need For Speed type arcade experience.… Expand
Mar 28, 2013I'm really enjoying this game. The graphics are very good on my retina iPad, and the gameplay is excellent. Regarding the controversyI'm really enjoying this game. The graphics are very good on my retina iPad, and the gameplay is excellent. Regarding the controversy surrounding the in-app payments system, I've been playing it for at least an hour a day since it came out, and I've only once been tempted to spend any real money at all, a temptation I resisted at the last moment! If, as others have said, you buy (with in game fake money) several cars, you can be racing another car while your damaged one is being repaired, so it's no big deal. Or go out for a walk! Again, I agree with others here that if you drive well, you don't have a big repair bill at the end of every race.
One thing I'd like to see is more information about other players, especially my Facebook friends also playing the game. It would be great to see what cars they have, what mods they've bought, what their track records are etc.
Another thing is that, after a few weeks, having only the same nine tracks to choose from gets a bit repetitive. It would be great if more tracks were in the pipeline. At least there are variations in the way the tracks are played full races, 1 on 1, speed trials etc.
But on the whole, it's a professionally made, but free game, that's kept me returning to play it again and again.… Expand
Oct 23, 2014Impressive game for being on iOS. graphics are quite stunning, the driving experience is fun (although driving speeds in curves are way higherImpressive game for being on iOS. graphics are quite stunning, the driving experience is fun (although driving speeds in curves are way higher than reality).
I would give this a 9 or 10 if it weren't for a couple negative things:
1. Freemium model has gotten heavier and heavier.. upgrading a car to the max now usually requires gold even at earlier steps of upgrades (in first cars it was only on last upgrades). Prices for purchasing such currency are insanely high, and new cars get released all the time so if you want to spend.. there is no limit, you will end up spending more than buying a proper pc and a real game. With that said, if you're a VERY active player, you will manage to get to end game.. slowly but you will.
2. When they increased gold per level up, they didn't reimburse any gold to people who were already high level. very unfair, as new levellers gained about 7 times as much gold per level up. that's a huge amount when you're talking about 100/200 levels.
It's a pity that the gaming world has discovered how lame people are, and sadly that freemium works (over 90% of all profits from all apps in the world are from freemium games). We all stand here and complain, yet somehow most people are lamers that do spend a lot of cash to gain unfair advantage over other players.… Expand
Feb 20, 2015Real Racing 3... more like Micro-transaction Racing 3!
Well, Real Racing has amazing graphics and pretty good framerate. It featuresReal Racing 3... more like Micro-transaction Racing 3!
Well, Real Racing has amazing graphics and pretty good framerate. It features detailed tracks and cars, the realtime reflections are beautiful and the game engine can handle 20+ car grid!
The races are exciting and intense. It's really fun. The game features a so called Time Shifted Multiplayer (in other word: scam). It sounds good that you play against your friends in a Time Shifted Multiplayer, but in real, it's not what it is called. At least it doesn't feel real. No problem, there is real multiplayer too in the game!
There is a huge variety of cars and tracks in the game. But to get car, you need to complete events, make money and you may spend real money for real progress. If you damage your car, you need to wait a lot. If you don't have multiple cars for an event, you really need to wait as you can't participate in that event so you may choose an other event with an other car. The damage system is somewhat OK, damage makes your car slower, ruins your brakes, etc... But why the hell even going to the grass damages your car? Also in some challenges, collisions are not allower. You collide, and you fail the challenge. But in a few cases, collisions were not registered perfectly. So it didn't feel stable.
While the graphics are amazing, the car handling is so generic. It feels good and optimized and made it simpler for mobile devices, but all the cars act the same. Just they have different acceleration, brake points, top speed, etc. And old 1950 Ferrari is as stable as the other modern cars. No difference.
The events are pretty good. Simple races, duel, drag race, reach the top speed, endurance (where you need to overtake cars to gain time, when the time runs out, you will slowly stop), etc...
The sound effects? While the cars sound really well, it's also somewhat generic. There is no so much variety, even if the engines are totally different. But in overall, it's satisfying.
So Real Racing 3 sounds and looks good, also the handling is pretty fun, EA made the game frustrating by making it a pay to win game. Everything needs money. You may enjoy the game without spending real money, but the progress will be really slow. And who just want to casually play, it will be painfully slow to progress. Oh, and guess what! Not only the micro-transactions, but there are in-game ads too!
I would rather buy the game for $10 or $20 than wait and pay for even the smaller things. It can be really frustrating for some people.
I am not an EA hater, but unfortunately, this is the trend by them. EA made and makes good games still, but I find this kind of business disgusting.
This is a great game made by Firemonkeys Studios, released and ruined by EA. Not so surprisingly.
If you are patient, and have time to play the game a lot and the micro-transactions don't discourage you, than download and play the game, because it's fun. If you can't play that much, you're disgusted by micro-transactions, then stay away from this game. Or at least, give it a try and you'll see.… Expand
Jul 17, 2014The amazing graphics for an mobile device and sounds, not to mention the over 50 real life licensed cars from performance to hyperThe amazing graphics for an mobile device and sounds, not to mention the over 50 real life licensed cars from performance to hyper grades,definitely recommend to play this game on an newer generation iPad, however just as i was expected by a free-to-play game published by EA, this game constantly want you to pay no matter upgrades or cars. This make me and I'm pretty sure other players who want to enjoy the game feel annoyed, not to mention the feeling of driving these cars seems to slow for a racing game.
Final Verdict: play this game only for it's graphics and sound effects, otherwise be prepared to get interrupted by the constant pay-to-win contents.… Expand
Jun 28, 2014This game is all about trying to get you to spend money... specifically to buy gold. After some initial money based upgrades to cars that youThis game is all about trying to get you to spend money... specifically to buy gold. After some initial money based upgrades to cars that you can win the game they start making it so you can only do upgrades with gold which you cannot accumulate fast enough. You can't fully upgrade cars without using gold which the game does to provide enough opportunity to accumulate. 26 gold to go from 200 -> 201 mph and it takes you 20 races to get 26 gold so they want you to buy gold packs.
The Euro Supercar Duel is a good example. The last race requires a performance rating of 47. My Bentley Countinental Supersports has a PR of 45.3. Engine upgrade level 5 costs 18 gold and takes the car to 45.6, still far away from the required 47. It will take at least 70 gold to get the car to the required 47. So you spend 70 gold which takes forever to do with gameplay and then when you win all the races you'll win about 22 gold. So you will need to spend at least 100 gold to get the car to the minimum level to be eligible to win the level and you'll win 22 gold.
Simply, the game is designed to get you to spend money.… Expand
Mar 9, 2013Tried to delight people with good graphics, but it fails in the basic, and despite it's "free", the game begs to money spent. When the gameTried to delight people with good graphics, but it fails in the basic, and despite it's "free", the game begs to money spent. When the game have a price (coming with the paid features) and do the basic better, it will deserve a "3" as score.… Expand