"I'm not sure why, but recently there seems to be an increase in combat based racing games. Twisted Metal just came out, and I personally reviewed titles such as Smash ‘n’ Survive and Wrecked: Revenge Revisited, both titles not exactly the greatest representation of the genre. I’m here again with another combat racing game from the folks at Gelid Games. Titled Wheels of Destruction (I’ll call it Wheels from now on - X-Men reference anyone?), it’s a third-person arcade vehicle combat game that is set on a post-apocalyptic Earth. One difference between this and the other games I’ve covered is that Wheels is a multiplayer only game, but will the sole focus of multiplayer make it any better than the ones that came before it?"