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  • Summary: Racing at speeds over 170 MPH on dirt, this is the proving ground for NASCAR drivers. Shoulder to shoulder sprint car racing makes for spectacular crashes, and white-knuckle driving. Start as a small town star and work your way up through the ranks to become a national legend. [Sony]
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  1. Decent controls, cool (but repetitive) vehicles, and appropriate gameplay guidelines are this game’s strongest features. The lack of track variety, however, doesn’t give the player much to do.
  2. A decent fit for sprint car enthusiasts, Road to Knoxville is too stripped-down and too single-minded for anyone else.
  3. This is a racing game that's not fun. It's basic, tasteless, and doesn't use any creativity with its cool cars it's focusing on in the game.
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  1. Saurus
    Oct 7, 2006
    10
    Outstanding game. Bonus vehicles are OK. The racing is very similar to Ratbag's Saturday Night Speedway. A very nice offset to the hard Outstanding game. Bonus vehicles are OK. The racing is very similar to Ratbag's Saturday Night Speedway. A very nice offset to the hard to find WoO 2002. Some tracks are virtually identical to there real life counterparts. Others, like Supermotoplex (Bristol), are obviously knock-offs of real tracks that they did not get licensing approval for. I'm glad the designers did that, allowing more venues and better racing. Expand
  2. Andyman
    Aug 10, 2006
    9
    What a great surprise this game turned out to be! Not only does it cover 3/4 midgets, modifieds, and sprints, but it has a TON of unlockable What a great surprise this game turned out to be! Not only does it cover 3/4 midgets, modifieds, and sprints, but it has a TON of unlockable items as well! To top it all off, the racing is always intense, and each track is very true to its real-life counterpart. The game is a 10, but I'm knocking it 1 point for not having a USAC or WoO license. Even without recognizable drivers/cars in the game, it's still a complete blast to play. If you like oval dirt racing at all, you MUST get this game. Expand