Let me start with I NEVER return or trade in video games. I always keep them for my collection when I buy them. It's why I own such train wrecks like ECW Anarchy Rulz and WCW Backstage Assault.
This was 1 of the 3 games in history I ever traded in. (The others are coming in other reviews I have lined up)
So anyway the concept for this game is actually cool. You're a trucker and you buy loads to haul then you race to deliver the loads from point a to point b on time. Along the way you encounter people that try to hijack your load and you have to swerve to get them off.
This game would have been cool however it ripped off another game. A MUCH BETTER GAME 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker
Back to this crappy game though, it is so BORING. Every load happens the exact same way and there is little to no fun in any of it.
Graphics are the same as 18 Wheeler so no problems there it's just that after 5 minutes of playing this you'll be like me and want your money back. Go outside right now and walk around your house in circles for 3 hours and you'll have the feel for how it feels to play this game for 3 hours. Same old thing over and over with no challenge or excitement.
This may be the worst video game ever made for that reason.
Post by James from Kentucky on May 10, 2012 19:51:45 GMT -5
I only bought this game because the local Wal Mart REMOVED this game from the game cases after complaints from parents. I thought it must be pretty crazy because they still had GTA games on the shelves. This game must have naked chicks and tons of cussing!
After I played the game I asked the clerk what the parents complained about. He said kids would see the game and start saying, "Mutha Truckers," and that upset the parents. Oh, and boobs.
Post by Luchaporn is feeling different on May 10, 2012 20:31:42 GMT -5
If I remember correctly though this was a budget game that was only like $20 at release.
The only three worthwhile games I can remember that released at a price that low were Virtua Fighter IV Evolution, NFL 2k5, and Super Street Fighter IV, and two of those were just expansions on already existing games.