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  • Summary: Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 features more fan-favorite trucks in brand new Monster Jam worlds. Brand new online multiplayer modes, 38 trucks to choose from and five new outdoor worlds! Drivers train at Camp Crushmore and compete in authentic stadiums to become the ultimate champion. TruckMonster Jam Steel Titans 2 features more fan-favorite trucks in brand new Monster Jam worlds. Brand new online multiplayer modes, 38 trucks to choose from and five new outdoor worlds! Drivers train at Camp Crushmore and compete in authentic stadiums to become the ultimate champion. Truck roster features 38 of the greatest trucks in Monster Jam history, including Higher Education, Sparkle Smash and Grave Digger. Five all-new Monster Jam Worlds that expand the Monster Jam universe! Explore and uncover Monster Jam secrets. Compete just like the pros in 12 authentic stadiums and game modes inspired by the real-world shows. Expand

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  1. Mar 1, 2021
    70
    Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 may not be the prettiest, and the handling can be a pain, but there's plenty to unlock and more than enough events to get stuck into.
  2. Mar 1, 2021
    60
    Even though Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 on Xbox looks to seriously build on what its predecessor delivered, there are a few elements which hold it back from really providing the goods. The camera is god awful, the picky track limits system is a pain, and there are only so many times you can go flying through the air pulling off stunts before the whole thing gets boring. The open world has some serious promise, especially with the multitude of secrets that are hidden within, but a bit more shiny wax needs to be applied for this monster truck to start to gleam.
  3. Mar 4, 2021
    50
    Rainbow Studios has been responsible for some top-notch, mudslinging racers over the years, but Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 isn’t one of them. The racing is serviceable enough and the themed worlds are a cute idea, but its bland and poorly presented, chore-like approach to its career content turns one of the most grin-inducing spectacles in motorsport into a remarkably dull experience.
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  1. Mar 4, 2021
    7
    Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 is well monster trucks crammed into your Xbox Series X. It’s a motorsport game that has a variety of events likeMonster Jam Steel Titans 2 is well monster trucks crammed into your Xbox Series X. It’s a motorsport game that has a variety of events like racing, freestyle, and demolition events. It leans less simulation and more towards arcade which is great for a game that gives you points for doing stunts like moonwalks, stoppies, bicycles, and many other things along your time with the game. Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 definitely has vast content, even if I’m not always thrilled with how that content is presented in game. I love that Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 is full of things to do, and many trucks await to unlock. There are several different categories of monster trucks as well as a handful of different event types to drive them in. There’s a career mode, where you can compete in events to unlock new areas in an open world hub, and advance through the 21 chapters. You can even explore the hub world to find secrets and collectibles.  There’s also a Big Show mode that has you compete in the smaller circuits before advancing to the big time. When you’re done with the Career and Big Time mode, there are Career+ and Big Time+ for even more of a challenge. If you want to play with friends, you’re in luck this time. Split-screen multiplayer returns in the sequel, but now you can play with others online which is something you couldn’t do in the previous instalment. No matter which way you play it, there are about seven events you can participate in. There are a few racing events, like head-to-head that has you race one on one with other cars in a knock-out style bracket. Circuit racing is more traditional racing with marked path, while waypoint racing gives you a waypoint and gives you discretion to get there however you can. There are a few score-based stunt competitions, like freestyle and two-wheel skills. There’s also the timed destruction mode that has you drive through objects and over cars to attain a high score. There are thirty eight monster trucks you can eventually collect by playing the Career and Big Time modes. Each of these trucks are part of a larger category, with each category having special abilities.  Some of these abilities are dull, like extra boost however others allow you to literally push the competition out of the way. There are a lot of fan favorite monster trucks to eventually unlock, and even some that I recognize by name. Each truck also has a first person cockpit view, if that’s something you look for. The trucks in Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 just don’t feel weighty enough which is something experienced in the predecessor as well. It’s definitely an arcade experience, but it falls short of what I typically expect from an arcade style racer and I really wanted to like Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 so much more than the previous title, and it has a lot going for it. I just wish I had more fun playing all of the events since the content is there. There really aren’t that many options when it comes to monster truck games, and Monster Jam Steel Titans 2 feels on the other end of the wheel than Monster Truck Championship, a recent monster truck game I really enjoyed even though it’s much more simulated which is a bit like apples and oranges. That being said this isn’t a bad game and I am being super critical of it being I really wanted a full arcade feel. If you enjoy the genre though you won’t go wrong with all the content on offer so head on over to your Xbox digital games store and roll with the big dogs! Expand