Kotaku writes: "I've never been a huge racing game aficionado, probably stemming from the fact that I didn't learn to drive until I was in my mid thirties. I've always been more of a kart racing type of guy. But there is one kind of racing game I love and that's a super immersive one.
My first look at Baja was truly impressive. Of course the set up they had it on had a lot to do with it. It was like an arcade set up with the 360 driving wheel and pedal plus three huge screens that were angled to give you a feeling of being surrounded. While the set up was certainly a plus, the game itself left me feeling pretty good about off-road racing.
The graphics were extremely sharp, some of the best I've seen aside from the clips of Gran Turismo 5 Prologue and DiRT. They weren't quite up to the level of those two, but still more than held their own."