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Generally favorable reviews- based on 8 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 7 out of 8
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 8
  3. Negative: 1 out of 8
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  1. CoDeWa
    Oct 3, 2003
    Finally! A game that can keep up.
  2. AndyW.
    Sep 25, 2003
    Played it and loved it.
  3. Uter
    Oct 9, 2003
    This is a step backwards from the mediocre Extreme G Racing III. The courses aren't as good, and graphics somehow look worse. The gameplay is about the same. There are at least 10 racers on the ps2 better than this. Another thing this game shares with the 3rd version is a overly long and stupid title.
  4. VV
    Apr 15, 2004
    Amazing graphics, great track design, great gameplay, great sense of speed, good music (the dance ones), lacks in depth and in options but all in all a great and FUN game, single player and multiplayer wise.
  5. ChronicGamer
    Sep 11, 2003
    Great, great, great. Gameplay is top notch, and the engine/weapon upgrades are sweet. 10+
  6. SteveW.
    Sep 13, 2004
    Awesome Game Beats The 3rd In The Series Into The Ground Maybe Not As Visually Impressive With The Worlds But It Feels Alot Better To Play You Can Just Naturally Play This And Have Fun Where On The 3rd You Found Yourselfe Almost Wantin To Complete It And Play Another Game.

Mixed or average reviews - based on 23 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 23
  2. Negative: 1 out of 23
  1. The sound is where the game really suffers. There are only two types of music you can listen to during the game. These include Rock and Techno. Both are horrible.
  2. Play Magazine
    The speeds are insane, the courses almost incomprehensible and the immersion factor deep, provided you have patience and surgical analog skills. [Oct 2003, p.72]
  3. The playability is higher than the disappointing last installment of Wipeout, thanks to the sheer speed, though there’s nothing really new here. Using different rules for races in career mode adds an extra dimension to the gameplay, yet the whole experience suffers from murky environment syndrome.