While it may seem like I'm being harsh on a game that costs as much as lunch at your favorite burrito shack, I can't help but feel this game does absolutely nothing to draw anyone in, especially where there are other racers that do it better at the same price or cheaper with more replay value and heaven forbid some kind of online interaction.
With that said, Bang Bang Racing feels like a homage to several 16-bit classics, including the hugely popular Micro Machines game. It just shows how, despite all the technological advances that can be exploited by video game developers, sometimes it's the most simple idea that works. However, this game could have been so much more with online gameplay and that really puts the longevity of Bang Bang Racing into perspective.
BBR is a fun game but feels like it is lacking something. With no online multiplayer available, it is not a game with maximum replay value, but if you have willing friends to play with, you could no doubt have lots of fun. It has a decent amount of play time for the 800MSP price tag, but there is nothing in particular drawing me back in to play it.
Bang Bang Racing gives the player a real arcade feeling. Unfortunately the game lacks creativity. There isn't a whole lot of content and after a short time you have seen the same circuits enough to get bored of them. With a camera angle that doesn't work properly you can say that Bang Bang Racing has failed to impress.
SummaryBang Bang Racing is the complete racing experience – speed your way along every course while fine-tuning your technical driving skills. The intuitive control system and the exciting tracks provide endless fun for every member of the family. Be fast, be furious and be one step ahead of your competitors by finding shortcuts, repairing your...