“ Manufacturer: Atari / Genre: Racing / Driving / ESRB Rating: E10 - (Everyone 10+) / PEGI Age Rating: Age 3+ / Online: Online Gaming Support / ESRB Descriptor: Mild Violence / ESRB Descriptor: Language / Control Elements: Gamepad / Max. Number Of Players: 1 / Memory Support: With Memory Support / Release Date: March, 2007 „
Test drive is a fast paced racing game it is a lot of fun especially in multi player mode i like this game but it not as unlimited as its title suggests But Test Drive Unlimited still creates a fun world to drive in and it's not just racing The objectives themselves don't extend beyond races, time trials, speed challenges, and some basic delivery missions are all included.
Also being able to encounter other online drivers at any given time is really cool the graphics are pretty good and with a huge, picturesque island with seemingly endless roads and with lots of available races and the amount of car to chose from is colossal . But there is a bad side the online game isn't quite as unlimited as it initially seems you can only drive on one island and so that is not unlimited and there are many tracks that are similar to each other
Test drive unlimited is a classic. Driving very fast cars around the hawaiian island of Oahu this game is great fun the graphics was good for when it came 2005 but now it isnt really that good this game is in my top five game of all time. You start of looking at a car to test drive you go to a race you have got to win this to get the mony you will need to bye a car. When you do win you get the money you need to bye a car the cars aren't that good but as the game goes on you get better cars. when you have bought the car you can start to do races and winning races means money. When you have got enough money you go and bye a house and that it from there just do jobs and races to get better cars and better houses. overall i give this game a 5***** stars if you dont own it go and get it, it is great.
This game is one of my faviroutes I bought it simply because of the promise that I would be able to drive around fast cars on this tropical island and I wasnt disapointed.
The problem is a game like this takes a lot of play time to get used to you start by choosing a car out of 3 avalible then you buy a house then the island is yours to explore. Unfortunatly there is not much to do. If you want to buy a maclaren F1 early in the game you will have to spend hours driving then looking at your map then driving then looking at your map, and that wouldnt be too bad if it took ages to load the map up and when you go back your car has completely stoped. Of course you could just set the sat-nav WRONG the women on there is constantly pointing you down one way streets to try and get you done by the cops.
And then when you finaly get there you realise that you are $100 short so you have to drive 3 hours back to win a race an d3 hours back up to buy the car.