For those few people who had no access to expensive toys as the remote control car, there is still chance to have fun with a remote control without leaving home. This is the case of Re-volt, much like the famous series of Micromachines, only much better! The game draws attention right away to the beautiful and detailed graphics for its time. The cars are fantastic, each with its own characteristics such as weight, acceleration, speed and unique design. While some look like those NASCAR cars, other resemble buggies, and colored by the way, since the game runs at up to 24 bit resolution of 800 X 600. All this with a completely 3D. If the excellent graphics are not enough, the sounds are fantastic, just like those underground techno nightclubs. You do not know if you play or dance. But the same can not be said of the sound effects, which are no big deal, you just listen to the overruns. Unusual places tracks leave any racing game like Gran Turismo, Ridge Racer and NASCAR to shame, not for realism, but for pure fun!
You run into the street dodging from cars that look giant near your remote control car, you run inside a toy store, that by the way is fantastic (see to believe), run through a supermarket where the floor is slippery and giving more excitement to the race. In addition to the championship mode, time trial and training, there is also the way to the arena, which I think is super fun. There you have to collect twenty stars on a crazy track, which is an arduous task because they are located in places difficult to access like in the middle of a loop, or on the top of a ramp in “U” like those of skate.
Now a good idea for developers to extend the durability of Re-volt is that if you get tired of tracks available, it is possible to build your own track using an editor available in game. There was also the option of changing tracks and vehicles with your friends on the Web site at www.re-volt.com but now the website is closed.
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