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Mixed or average reviews - based on 12 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 12
  2. Negative: 4 out of 12
  1. Sufficient sums up Iridium Runners quite succinctly. It's surprisingly entertaining, especially with four of your friends in multiplayer, but it's by-the-book in every way and you simply need more to be able to compete with today's higher profile offerings.
  2. By far one of the best budget titles I have ever played. It has very solid racing mechanics, and is a very fun game to play with friends.
  3. Iridium Runners implements a few very cool gameplay mechanics and is actually worth the price of admission. If it were a penny more, we probably wouldn't recommend it, but given the originality and general entertainment factor, it's worth a look for only twenty bucks.
  4. 65
    The fact that gamers desperate for something a little different can plunk down an Andrew Jackson, walk away with the game and still have a little change left over should be an indicator of just how high the game reaches. $15 is the perfect price for a title that doesn't really do anything especially new, yet still feels unique.
  5. 65
    Yes, this is a low-budget game, but at least they spent their time and money working on the most important aspect: the nuts-and-bolts gameplay. There are 30 tracks and 20 characters buried within, and when you get tired of blowing past the computer, there's a four-player mode with just as many options.
  6. The game is a value-priced title and for the most part, it shows, but this time the developers actually included some old-fashioned fun.
  7. Iridium Runners may be cheap, but doesn't offer much quality. With a bigger budget and more ambition, it could be fun.

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