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Submitted by rbailey 361d ago | opinion piece

Retro Recap: Destruction Derby 2

Tom Skidmore of TheKoalition writes:
A game that I didn’t pay much attention to for a few years, that is until one fateful sick day when my Mom had forgotten to bring me all my good games. A new love was born, a love of smashing cars and causing, yep you guessed it, destruction! This week’s Retro Recap focuses on the classic smash ‘n’ racer known as Destruction Derby 2! (Destruction Derby 2, Retro)

AusRogo  +   361d ago
Absolutely loved this! Didn't even do the races.. just the demolition derby. The frame rate when everyone starts off and all goes on the ramp in the middle goes crazy Hahaha
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   361d ago
Such a great feeling winning your first race or just finishing a race, damn that game was hard haha. So many memories with this game. ..
Zancruz  +   361d ago
I still own it, Great game...
DestinyHeroDoomlord  +   361d ago
Accidently disagreed
Zancruz  +   360d ago
No worries
rbailey  +   361d ago
Perhaps this is a game that can make a comeback, but I highly doubt it will. DriveClub and Gran Turismo are all the only games Sony are focused on right now.
e-p-ayeaH  +   360d ago
dont forget that game bugbear is working on its based around destructable cars i know that isnt an exclusive but still awesome.
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SouthClaw  +   361d ago
This was a great game years ago. It was fun being able to just smash up cars. I've wanted a reboot / sequel for years.
e-p-ayeaH  +   360d ago
This and Driver 2 survival mode with infinite damage are my favorite games for car vs car action.

Test Drive Eve of Destruction (PS2;XBOX)was also a great game for car vs car action.

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