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  • Summary: Many racing games have strived for this goal. Now technology has finally caught up with amibition, and racing games have enetered a new dimension.
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  2. Negative: 4 out of 18
  1. It still feels more like work than entertainment, but persistent simulation fanatics will welcome the challenge.
  2. Although the cars and scenery looks very realistic, the steering might be a little too real making for a frustrating and miserable time playing this game in the beginning. It does nothing to thrive over the competition or advance the driving genre except for the realism in the cars.
  3. While the graphics are some of the best that I have seen in a racing title for a nex-gen system, this does not compensate for the fact that Driving Emotion Type-S has unrealistic physics that debilitate the overall enjoyment of the game.
  4. Driving Emotion Type-S is to racing what fingernails are to a chalkboard.
  5. It's so tough to accept the little bit of good (decent graphics, OK number of cool vehicles and tracks) that is mixed with so much that's wrong (physics from hell, semi-broken control, insulting soundtrack) in a driving engine that, with proper care, could have been a contender instead of a bump on the road.
  6. The PS2's version of "Vanishing Point." Floaty, slow control, graphics that shine in some ways but fall a bit flat in others, gameplay that doesn't last very long and feels more like work than fun most of the time.
  7. Blurred, standard visuals, limited circuit choice, atrocious handling, weak engine note, unforgivable loading times, undemanding structure, highly irritating. What else would you like to know?

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