GamerTM writes: "Yes, we all know the score by now: everyone wanted the new Banjo to be a platformer, Rare decided to make it predominantly vehicle-based, and now everyone's a bit uncertain about whether Nuts & Bolts will be up to the job as a single-player experience. We'd like to think that it is, and if you need any convincing, then please check out the latest issue of our sister publication, 360 Gamer magazine (on sale 2 October) – it's got a full two-page preview about it.
But we're not here to discuss that old chestnut again, but rather to look at one of the many pleasant side effects it's had: Nuts & Bolts' multiplayer mode. Whatever concerns you may have about the single-player game, there's no denying that the potential for vehicle fuelled multiplayer mayhem is considerable. Whether it's the mouth watering prospect of Mario Kart style racing action, or the chance to partake in Robot Wars-esque battles to see who's built the best machine, it all sounds pretty good on paper."