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  • Summary: [Downloadable Game] PixelJunk Racers is an addictive slot car racing game that supports 1080p and features single player and multiplayer fun (up to 7 players simultaneously offline!). Intuitive controls, 32 different race modes, and online rankings provide hours of racing mayhem. 16 core racing modes with varying degrees of difficulty for a total of 32 modes, including an in-depth single-player tournament and offline multiplayer modes (up to 7 players!). SIXAXIS Wireless Controller - Use the controller's left and right buttons on the D-pad to steer through traffic, master cornering, and overtake rival vehicles. Global Online Ranking – Play for your personal best in Score Attack and see how you stack up against other racers worldwide. [Sony] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 12
  2. Negative: 2 out of 12
  1. PixelJunk Racers is perhaps the most unlikely sort of game to appear on the boastfully next-gen PS3 but that also makes it one of the most enjoyable titles on the system. [Dec 2007, p.116]
  2. A must download. Excellent fun, all in all. [Dec 2007, p.84]
  3. 74
    The real bonus is the range of race types available. [Issue#160, p.96]
  4. The many creative modes don't make up for the simplistic gameplay, though, leaving PixelJunk Racers feeling bland and forgettable. [Nov 2007, p.67]
  5. PixelJunk Racers isn't a bad game, it's just prohibitively difficult, so much so that it's actually a turn-off.
  6. 52
    An intrinsically bland concept keeps this game from becoming a truly enjoyable hit, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's terrible. We had a few good times with PixelJunk Racers (especially the confusion of trying to figure out seven different people playing seven different colors), but you may be better off passing on this one.
  7. 40
    Multiplayer is certainly better than single-player (the more people, the better), but it suffers from the same pileups and limited variety. Considering how impractical it is to set up a full multiplayer game offline, it's ridiculous that the game's only online feature is comparing scores and leaderboards.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 1 out of 4