Car Jack Streets Reviews
Newest Review: ... strong. Whether you want to try and raise some serious cash by undertaking specific missions or just race around the city in as many different cars as possible, the underlying game behind Car Jack remains appealing. As in GTA, the city is viewed from an 2D overhead perspective which works very well. Buildings, cars, roads and people are all clearly defined and there is a good view of the ... more
Customer Car Jack Streets Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/03/13, updated on 11/03/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I think it's fairly safe to say that the developers of Car Jack are rather large fans of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto series. In particular, they seem to have very fond memories (as many of us do) of that very first game which was one of the must-own titles on the original Playstation One. Everything about GTA has been lovingly recreated for the iPhone/iPad. The plot, graphics and gameplay have all been faithfully revamped for a new generation of gamers. Still, let's not be too hasty about condemning it. There are plenty of example of games which "build" on the work done by other games, and actually improve them. As in GTA (three words that ... Read the complete review
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