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Submitted by TheGamerGeek 1159d ago | review

Gaming Irresponsibly: Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Review

"Good arcade racing games are becoming tougher and tougher to find. Apart from the piece of art that was the Yaris sponsored racing game, there isn’t a whole lot of racing to find your way into if you’re not willing to pay full retail price for a game. Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad has arrived and is doing its best to fix that problem. The biggest possible issue with a downloadable racing game, especially one that is trying to be as realistic and detailed as Offroad is, is the fact that if the developer (2XL Games) spent most of their budget detailing the look of the cars and the environment, the actual gameplay may lack. Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad does its best to get around these issues, but does it succeed?" (Jeremy McGrath's Offroad, Xbox 360) 7.8/10

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