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  • Summary: #DRIVE is an endless driving videogame inspired by road and action movies from 1970s. As simple as possible, allowing the player to pick a car, pick the place and just hit the road. Just be aware not to hit anything else. No matter where we drive, no matter what we drive or how fast we#DRIVE is an endless driving videogame inspired by road and action movies from 1970s. As simple as possible, allowing the player to pick a car, pick the place and just hit the road. Just be aware not to hit anything else. No matter where we drive, no matter what we drive or how fast we drive. We simply chose to drive. And you?
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 0 out of 7
  1. Feb 24, 2021
    90
    Overall, #Drive is one of those feel-good runners where you just have to lose yourself to the gameplay and have a good time.
  2. Feb 15, 2021
    80
    It has both its calm and frustrating moments, but when it looks as stylish as it does, you can’t hold it against it. A mobile-runner without the trappings, it compliments the Switch perfectly. Kick back, keep your eyes peeled, and just #Drive.
  3. Apr 2, 2021
    80
    #DRIVE is by no means a revolution as far as endless-runner games go, but its simple premise and addictive collection aspect delivers an enjoyable experience. While many big developers and publishers might not feel now is the time to venture back into making explosive arcade racers, I’m happy this one did.
  4. Mar 12, 2021
    64
    Mechanically monotonous endless racer with charming visuals and loads of cool unlockable cars. Harmless entertainment, but not really a good racing game.
  5. Feb 16, 2021
    60
    #DRIVE obviously won’t scratch the same itch that a fully-featured racing game will, but if you’re looking for something to waste some time with, there’s fun to be had here. For an endless runner game, #DRIVE offers a reasonable amount of depth, and unlocking all the locations and vehicles is reason enough to keep coming back, 10 minutes at a time.
  6. Feb 23, 2021
    60
    The overly repetitive tracks and gameplay definitely works fine on mobile, but for a console experience – and one with a moderately high price-tag – this isn’t a motor that you’ll be taking out for a drive that often.
  7. Mar 15, 2021
    60
    #DRIVE is a low-key simulation game with pretty backdrops that will relax you but may not keep you entertained for long.
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  1. Feb 17, 2021
    4
    It looks soo good, funny stage & car names, cool music. Lots of cars. However you probably will never drive them as the controls lag,It looks soo good, funny stage & car names, cool music. Lots of cars. However you probably will never drive them as the controls lag, oversensitive. The cars handling can be best explained as "its like steering a drunk sailor on a boat." You can swap to buttons only (like a Android/apple game ) or use the stick for steering. One brake button and one for drift.

    I kept playing the game for hours still hoping I get used to the oversensitive handling or at least a better car later ----nope. What a waste, the game looks great and interesting, but is pretty much unplayable with the controls now.
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