Reckless Racing HD
EA hits the high notes once again with this redneck racing ace
Reckless Racing HD Review
by on January 11, 2011
Throwing gamers back to the vintage, original PlayStation, days of Micro Machines, Reckless Racing HD sees users flinging a variety of seemingly dwarfed vehicles around numerous urban environments.
Set to hick-inspiring tunes of the banjo and offering Beginner and Advanced playing modes, gamers can select from three different gaming options, with up to 18 levels in each, in the attempt to snag the full haul of gold, silver and bronze medals.
Eight vehicles are available for selection each with its own backwards, redneck driver and variety of paint jobs as users compete against a fleet of AI challengers in Dirt Rally, attempt to best their own efforts in Hot Lap or go up against the clock in Delivery mode.
With multiplayer options opening Reckless Racing HD up to increasingly addictive online gaming modes, users are free to choose from five different control options utilising the full spectrum of iPad credentials with the accelerometer or on-screen virtual buttons presenting a range of steering possibilities.
The expansive gaming options of the Reckless Racing release keep this masterly crafted title entertaining far beyond what you would expect from its £2.99 price tag. Further downloadable content is expected for this top draw app and will only increase its five star winning appeal.
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