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  • Summary: Officially endorsed by Leonard and Bubba, this racer is "a blast of seriously fun off-road racing action." Select from 16 different vehicles types - each with three styling variations making for a grand total of 48 unique racing machines - and take on the best drivers in the south across 24 challenging tracks, spread across 6 environments. (Interplay) Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. Very average racer, but nothing more than that.
  2. Overall, Off-Road Redneck Racing is a fun game, and its low price makes it especially attractive for fans of arcade-style racing.
  3. 72
    Other than the tracks being littered with chicken crates and located in the woods and under-development areas and such, the game doesn't have much redneck flavor.
  4. While it's certainly not furthered by the annoying and continuous verbal patter of characters who bark such idiotic redneck-isms as "Yee-haw," "Hushpuppy," and "Hold onto your butt," Redneck Racing is a blast of short-term fun.
  5. Provided you keep the sound on mute, pump up the resolution, and have a few hours to spare, this is decent down-home motor madness, served the finger lickin' way.
  6. Redneck Racing (RR) is to Redneck Rampage, what "X-COM Enforcer" is to "X-COM." The flavor of RR is definitely taken from Rampage, but you won’t be battling aliens.
  7. Its saving grace might have been the potential it had to provide a more jovial spirit in the "Redneck Rampage" theme, but this is never really accomplished.

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