Why not sit at home on your PC and blow up everything in your path?!
What ever happened to happy thoughts about the future, you know, houses on clouds, hover cars, robots doing your ironing? Ridley Scott's Blade Runner put pay to that years ago and everyone has seemed to settle for the future as being a rancid cess pool and more often than not, post apocalyptic.
TDR is no exception, the rich decided that they had enough of their smelly neighbours and have all moved out to a very exclusive area of the world, possibly Bournemouth. They have their own police forces and everything is all very nice. However all the scum of the earth who were left behind didn't like this very much so they tried to break in to said posh areas only for the upper class to say "No thank you, I don't buy from my door" and build a huge wall around the ghetto's and drop a nuclear bomb on the poor peoples heads. Nice.
The only way to escape the nastyness now is to race to the death, hence the name Total Destruction Racing 2000.
TDR 2000 has some lovely slick graphics. The cars look great and you can customise them as well to make you feel more at home in your killing machine. There are in-car lights and other nice touches such as parts of your car hanging off when smashed up and even the paint work starts to blacken as you drive through flames. There are animated backgrounds and props such as cranes, lifts, bridges etc and the in-game characters (mostly zombies) wander around the roads just waiting to be run over.
There are several different game modes. 'Free Play' allows you to race 30 races in 9 different environments. 'Campaign' takes you across 25 skill building levels and finally the best part of TDR 2000 is the multiplayer modes, 7 networking games in total. TDR 2000 was basically built up from scratch with Internet gaming in mind. Smash your mates or complete strangers to a pulp in order to survive, with crashes so nasty it will make you cringe.
TDR 2000 is fast, brutal and graphically quite tasty so hop in, buckle up and burn some rubber!