Take control of a team, or establish a racingteam of your own. Excel in clever negotiations with drivers, suppliers, and sponsors....... more
Take control of a team, or establish a racingteam of your own. Excel in clever negotiations with drivers, suppliers, and sponsors. Participate in the research and development of new cutting-edge technology, and create an ideal setup. As the boss of the team, you get to decide on the right strategy and manage the success of your drivers on racing weekends. You keep an overview during training, qualification, and actual races. Every tenth of a second counts - and you're the boss!
Advantages: good racing game, ace to play with mates, cheap enough to buy to practise Disadvantages: none
...I remember my dad coming home one day with a big stack of new games and me, my dad and my siblings sat there all night playing on the awesome game that is Crash team racing (CTR) A few months ago me and some friends (the same ones who I completed Crash 1-3 with) relived our childhood memories when we bought this from the Play station network on the PS3. This game was introduced after the first...
Advantages: Good multiplayer Disadvantages: Might be expensive if you're not a collector
...later games he has a wompa gun and other skills.
Although this game is also on the Playstation two please bear in mind that they do differ but the story on the whole is more or less the same. In CTR you choose which team you want to side with - Cortexor Crash. The Tikki island is under threat and their only option is to race - and win. There are five areas (as usual) where you can...
Advantages: Good Graphics Disadvantages: Way too easy - it's frustrating.
...mini games around the theme park where Crash can collect crystals. The crystals will help Crash to unlock the levels. You can also do races in this game where you can crash into other cars and shoot them but the task will be to either come first or to destroy as many targets or opponents as possible. This game isn't the most rivetting if I'm honest and I think this is where Activision really started...