The reason it's hard to be positive about Off Road is that even when it works and there are no gripes as such, it's still a horribly average experience, almost as though there's been a concerted effort to produce mediocrity. Yes, at £19.99 it's a budget game but that shouldn't be an excuse to create something that's only memorable when it irritates, especially when there's numerous quality driving games out there that can be picked up for less these days.
As such, it's difficult to see what type of gamer Off Road will appeal to, as even those attracted by the Ford and Land Rover licences will be disappointed to discover a lowly 18 vehicles to choose from. Essentially, only someone willing to lower their expectations to match the lowly ambitions of the whole project will step out of this vehicle feeling in any way satisfied.
Audio/Visual - 5
Gameplay - 5
Value - 5
Innovation - 3