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  • Summary: From Las Vegas to Orlando, go head-to-head against experienced drivers in drag races and freestyle competitions. But, before you can pull off donuts, wheelies, and bicycles, you must first tune your truck to perfection. These machines are spectacular and impressive, yet highly technical toFrom Las Vegas to Orlando, go head-to-head against experienced drivers in drag races and freestyle competitions. But, before you can pull off donuts, wheelies, and bicycles, you must first tune your truck to perfection. These machines are spectacular and impressive, yet highly technical to drive. The game faithfully reproduces all the unique demands of mastering these powerful trucks, including independent front and rear-wheel management, mass transfer anticipation in bends, and predicting bounces after jumps. Expand
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  1. Nov 19, 2020
    50
    Monster Truck Championship is a variable ride. There are some interesting management elements and truck upgrades to explore, but the actual racing feels oddly lightweight. Fans of the source material may find more to enjoy.
  2. Jan 4, 2021
    50
    Monster Truck Championship isn’t the worst or the best racing game I’ve ever played. The frame rate and visuals are good, and the overall presentation and setup are fine. Regardless, whether you are a fan of monster trucks or racing games in general, I would say that it isn’t worth the price of $39.99. I can’t see myself going back to it since the controls are dicey and that the game itself is average and forgettable.