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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 414d ago | review

Gas Guzzlers Extreme Review | Geekenstein

"The other sticking point might be the price. Gas Guzzlers Extreme will cost those in the USA $25, which is a step above the accepted price for downloadable games of this nature. However, I’d argue that Gas Guzzlers is a step above the standard downloadable fare. There has been much ado lately about the death of the B-Tier game, especially with the closings of Midway and THQ. However, Gas Guzzlers is firmly placed in this category. The game sets its goals and then firmly accomplishes them without going above and beyond, which is especially easy to do considering how few Car Combat games get made in 2013. It’s not going to hit anyones Top 10 list, but Gas Guzzlers is a fun, easy to play experience that is easily recommendable to anyone who misses the glory days of the genre." - Alex Santa Maria of Geekenstein (Gas Guzzlers Extreme, PC) 3.5/5

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