Rage Racer (PS) Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Sony / Manufacturer: Sony / Genre: Driving & Racing / The player starts out with a very basic (read: slow) car that has trouble climbing hills. After winning a few races and earning some credits, either the car can be upgraded or another car can ... more
Rage Racer (PS) ... be purchased. Each car can be upgraded five times, leading to some highly fast-moving vehicles. The game now uses a class system to break up the races: Each class has three or four races, and each class has a certain number of cars that are available for purchase. After completing the races, the player moves onto the next class, where the rewards (and hence, the difficulty) are much higher. Each car can also be customized, from body color to the logo on the hood. You can use preset graphics (such as skulls, wavy lines, and the RR logo) or a custom graphic that the player designs using the built-in editor.
Newest Review: ... also be spent on upgrades and there are four car manufacturers, each whose cars have the edge in one department. Given it may ... more
Customer Rage Racer (PS) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/05/07 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Rage Racer is the first title from the Ridge Racer series that I played. Unlike Ridge Racer and Ridge Racer Revolution before it, Rage Racer is not an arcade conversion and was developed exclusively for the PlayStation. That's not to say Namco have taken away from its arcade racing roots though. In Grand Prix mode you start off with a bog-standard car. While it won't improve the performance, you can change the appearance of the car, or any of the other cars which can be bought with the money you win by finishing on the podium. The format for racing is that you pick a track to race on, with podium finishes in all courses allowing you to move onto the next ... Read the complete review