The Naked Gamers Review: Things on Wheels

Back in the days of the NES, racing games really came into their own and began to truly stand out as an interestingly viable genre for gamers and non-gamers alike. The whimsicality of titles like Micro Machines and RC Pro A.M. inspired interest and continued to draw potential players in with competition that was able to be experienced from the comfort of the couch. Titles like Mario Kart, F-Zero, Need for Speed and even the impeding Blur have such humble predecessors to thank for their existence. However, Things on Wheels, while a brave attempt at capturing the same essence as all the previously mentioned games, fails spectacularly to do so.

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