This week your intrepid heroes loose a chair, fall off tracks, and Blaze Rush 420 it ..yo.
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Game: Blaze Rush
Devel: Targem Games
Engine: Hammer Engine
Price: $/€ 9.99
Wazzat: BlazeRush is a dynamic arcade racing survival game with no health, no levelling and no brakes! You can assemble a team of friends to play in local or online multiplayer, choose a car to your taste and chase, blow up and cut off! Adapt your style and tactics to new enemies, obstacles and tracks.
Makes with the working
Shiny / Sounds
- Disappearing car models, Brad.
- None of that low-rent always disappeared nonsense! Nope! This happens with because FK YOU That’s why randomness.
- Yeah, I know “fix” but shipping without checking if the main thing people watch while playing is ..ya know, there.
- Outside of that it looks fine for an arcade racing game
- I muted the sounds
- The car models would be great…IF I COULD SEE THEM
- They have fix for that, but still.
- Can’t hear the soundtrack, too busy listening to 3 Inches of Blood
- I was going to give it 2 chairs because there’s a bug that causes opponents cars to become invisible.
- Then I checked the Steam forums and the devs had already created a test depot with a fix.
- nothing really amazing here in terms of looks.
- The music was fairly well done overall but no single track was one that would really stand out of the crowd.
- I wanted to hate it but it’s so fucked it adds a new level of challenge.
- In this moon universe you don’t navigate by turning your tyres left or right.
- You point the car organ in the general direction and have at.
- That’s not racing. It’s dragging shite /w an invisible string.
- It takes a bit to get used to it, but once you do it’s fine
- What the FUCK is up with these gamepad controls.
- Barring the fact I had to use xboxdrv for it to recognize either the PS2 DuSh or the SHIELD controller, what the fuck were they thinking?
- Keyboard controls on the other hand were proper and I was actually able to play the game with reasonable success.
- took me a min to get a handle on the control scheme for driving but one I got it it was really all, down, hill….. really? COMEON!
- Alright, two chairs /w an Asteroid.
- The short single-player campaign can eat a glorious bag-o-dicks
- The camera squirrels the hell out, often
- BUT getting pissed and playing the “stay on the track game” /w some mates is borderline enjoyable.
- It’s a decently fun little combat racer
- Multiplayer is also pretty fun
- Not perfect by any means, but I’d give this a recommend
- I don’t hate it!
- It’s not going to change anyone’s opinion on the MicroMachines genre, but I don’t hate it at all.
- I say MicroMachines but it’s more along the lines of the old Sierra RC Racers Deluxe.
- There’s an option to change the video behaviour.
- nothing spectacular here in terms of fun. It definitely lacks a steam leaderboard.
- but overall this is fun when playing with others if you few buds over.