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Submitted by Hitman0769 720d ago | review

Turbo: Super Stunt Squad Review | RealGamerNewz

Jon of RealGamerNewz writes, "Turbo: Super Stunt Squad will surprise you if you think it’s just a silly game for kids. Each time you start up a round you are given a short amount of time to make your way through an obstacle course which mixes racing with free-roam, trick-based concepts reminiscent of the Tony Hawk skateboarding video games of ‘yesteryear’. This includes everything from grinding, half-pipes, ‘verts’, and a lot more.

Some of the action from old toys like Micro Machines and Match Box cars are going to be seen in this game as well. The developers have literally packed so many tricks and objectives in each level that you’ll be playing them over and over again before you get it right. At first the controls may make you a little frustrated, but once you master things it’s pretty smooth. Riding through spills give you a turbo boost, and there’s more power-ups in each level than you can count. Figuring out how to get to higher ground and which of your multiple paths is going to take you to victory in itself is a challenge." (3DS, Nintendo DS, PS3, Turbo: Super Stunt Squad, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360) 7/10

Shinobi100  +   716d ago
Interesting...I have no interest in the movie. But I like games based off movies...

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