Ridge Racer 7 (PS3) Reviews
Product Type: Sony PS3 games
Description:Type: Racing / Release date: 2007-03-23 / Continuing its illustrious history, Ridge Racer 7 returns as a title on the ... more
Ridge Racer 7 (PS3) ... PlayStation 3 platform. Drift around corners at speeds over 160 mph taking the lead as Ridge Racer 7 brings gamers a driving experience unlike any other. With a new platform comes new territory as Ridge Racer 7 promises to reinvent itself, allowing players to choose from 40 different machines and over 20 courses. With reversed courses, the total grows to over 40, most in the series ever! Players can further enjoy the drift racing experience by taking part in the new customization mode, opening up the experience with up to 375,000 visual customization and 7,150 tunable combinations. With full support of Sony's new network service, Ridge Racer fans have an entirely new world to explore and drift through!
Newest Review: ... on speed and smoothness to really come into its own, whilst the A.I. is a massive step forward from the early games. Firstly, ... more
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Customer Ridge Racer 7 (PS3) Reviews (11)
by - written on 08/08/07 (Useful, 38 readings)
I got this game with the ps3 at launch and was not impressed by the game! With poor life like experiences and poor choice of cars this game really wasn't worth the money. If you want a realistic racing game it is not worth it as when you crash into a car there is no sign of the car being damaged unlike games like motorstorm where the damaged cars look very good. Pretty poor from a 3rd generation console! There is a poor choice of cars and there all practically the same cars anyway just diffrent colours. There is not much diffrence in speed in the cars either there all around the same kind of speed. The steering is to easy when you get the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/02/08 (Somewhat useful, 18 readings)
What rubbish! I ordered my PS3 with Ridge Racer and Lair, I rushed to the door, set up the PS3, put in ridge racer and the smile of excitment was wiped from my face ... I would be disappointed to have played this in an arcade. It features a small selection of cars which dont actually exist and look terrible, when i got to driving the cars i found that the game wanted me to drift around each corner - No not turn ... drift! If you do try to turn your way around a corner, the car remains in a straight line and hits the wall - bouncing off it and hitting it again (much like early PS1 games). Its only redeeming feature is the online play which functions well .. but still ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Compared to the rip-roaring times of the late nineties, the last few years have seen the granddaddy of arcade racing games, Ridge Racer, enjoy a somewhat more leisurely existence. It goes about its business with the knowing swagger of an old-hand; still sharp and as stylish as they come, but these days tending only to wheel itself out for the glitzy premieres - that is, to compliment the launch of a new console. Editions V (PS2), 6 (360) and now Ridge Racer 7 (PS3) have been on hand to lead the line for their respective hardware launches, and though it's a shame we rarely get to see a Ridge Racer given greater development time, instalment seven is a superior title that .. Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I bought ridge racer 7 with my PS3 as I from previous experience ridge racer has been a great game. After setting up the PS3 and placed ridge racer in and was excited to play. Started playing and came to realise that this is not like the old games, everything has been changed and I hated it. You no longer drive normally you have to use drift to turn, if I wanted a drifting game then I would have bought one but not ridge racer. The game has a crazy thing about slip streaming! The graphics in the game are not bad and the sound is also good, but it is the game play where it has all been let down. One good thing about the game is that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/10 (Useful, 2 readings)
Like Resistance, this was one of our first games for our PS3. And thus far, I have totally enjoyed the ride. Ridge Racer has been around for so long, but despite the fact that there are many instalments of the game released, this is the first one that I've played. And man was it awesome. Featuring around 40 machines (which is of course a works of fiction but nevertheless looks so cool!), this game gave me a really good time. The GOOD points: First off is the gameplay. This racing game differs from others simply because it's concept relies mostly on drift racing (much like Battle Gear and Initial D for the arcade). When you turn, your ... Read the complete review
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