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Ridiculously hard.
5 June 2004 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

This game, is made for the most hardcore of players.

This game is much like a driving game, except with a twist, it has a preset path that it wants you to follow in any of the stunts that you may perform. Stunts may include such characteristics as switch-activated bombs to enhance scenery, or the director telling you which way to turn down alleys or in traffic.

Overall the game is very well thought out and has a good originality perspective, but the main problem is that it's too difficult. This i realize that it may be too hard to believe, but this game is just way too hard at later stages and the rewards for completing such difficult feats are not worth it, as they include slow vehicles or other goodies such as ramps which can be used in the stunt editor mode.

The game is incredibly fun up until you get to a movie called "Die twice for tomorrow', a bond flick rip-off (as are all the movies) that gives you cars such as the Lotus Esprit V8 TT (not credited, but is obviously the car) and BMW Z8 (once again, altered for legal purposes).

The game is definitely entertaining, and the use of level triggers along the path are a perfect excuse for the takes being the same over and over.

Overall - 4.5/5


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