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This game dissapointed me on many levels.
The big wide car should ahve been nice and easy to control, but it spins out and doesn't respond well at all. I often found myself frustrated at its handling and wanting to stop.
You crash and spin wildly out of control far too often. hit a small bump and your car has every possiblity of taking off.
I persisted however, only to find that the game was very shallow and poorly executed.
You travel through various mission scenarios, all based out in the countryside of Hazzard County. Usual car game clichés are here: the Gas Station, the silly ramps and jumps, the bales of hay, sad little police chases etc.
It's when the characters start speaking the real depression seeps in. The script is something that someone's clearly knocked up in a teabreak, something about a kidnapped girlfriend and a plot to buy up peoples houses cheaply and sell them to a nasty real estate company. Real original stuff.
The actors are possibly the programmers and secretaries from the games company, they certainly haven't had any formal training. It sounds like a school play.
Avoid this game.
Step into the shoes of Bo and Luke Duke as they race to win prize money in order to save the local orphanage from Boss Hogg's latest crooked scheme. Just like the television show, The Dukes of Hazzard: Return of the General Lee is filled with wild off-road action, gravity-defying stunts and adrenaline-pumping car chases.