Vaughn Highfield writes for TheGamersHub
"It was here, on this page, that I intended to write my Drive Club review. About three weeks ago it was named ‘Drive Club Review’ and the page slug was ‘drive-club-review’. I decided to hold off, waiting for the servers to kick back into action so I could write something a little bit more comprehensive about the entire experience; letting you know how club dynamics and Face Off events worked, and chart my progression with Club TGH against my online rivals.
"However, as I’m sure you can guess, that never came to be. A game meant for inclusiveness for all has, unfortunately, become the most exclusive PlayStation 4 title around; only letting a few play online at a time, while operating a strict one-in, one-out policy.
"In fact, it doesn’t help that even the single-player mode is lacking some sort of personality, with its linear progression of event after event growing tiresome as the races wear on. It’s certainly an improvement over the terribly narrated, and awfully told racing games that try to weave some sort of story around your antics. But still, it’s a bit limp and lifeless.
"Yet, I’m still pretty optimistic about Drive Club and the possibilities it holds in the future."