Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora (PS2)

Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora (PS2)
alaScore 78

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alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 7 recensioni su Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora (PS2). La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.3/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 3.9/5 per altri Giochi PlayStation 2 (PS2).

Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed utenti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri Giochi PlayStation 2 (PS2), Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora (PS2) ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 78/100 = qualità Buono.

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Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora


To add to the depth even more, each driver demands a certain amount of cash per race depending on his statistics. For example, Chet Eagle is a 4-star racer and he will require $1,000/race, while Ralph Neill is a 3-star driver and asks for $700/race. ...


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Sprint Cars 2: Showdown at Eldora Review (PS2)


The Playstation 2 is beginning to show it's age these days but yet it still is competitive with its big brother and the 360 in terms of sales numbers. With the console selling quite well, some publishers are still taking advantage of the consoles still...

Tons of different tracks. Tuning of cars is a plus. Career mode has redeeming qualities

Gameplay is rather generic minus the dirt. Graphics look dated. AI seems to be very linear

Recensione utente (epinions.com)

Knock outs are coming


Fight night round 2 one thing about this game that caught my attention was the cover they have my favorite boxer on there Bernard Hopkins. When I saw this I rented the game and let me just say I have only one regret. That is after you make your boxer...

New features and Great graphics

Can¡¦t change hair style, haymakers use to little energy


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Ding Ding Ding, bring on Round 2!


The jump from Fight Night 2004 to Fight Night Round 2 was a large and beneficial change to many boxing fans. Even though Fight Night 2004 was a major hit with many gamers and fans of the genre, there were many nuances with the system; for instance, not...

Large improvement in Graphics; Haymaker System; Career Mode; Able to move while Blocking/Punching; Cutman mode

Haymakers Abused; Cutman hard to learn; Soundtrack is alright; Less real boxers in career


Recensione utente (epinions.com)

Lots of fun, but not quite a boxing sim


In designing Fight Night Round 2, EA Sports was obviously more interested in designing a boxing game that was fun and delivered a lot of "oohs" and "ahs", rather than creating a true-to-life boxing sim. In that regard, they have succeeded ...

A blast to play, great graphics, high replay value

Annoying soundtrack, and incomplete career mode


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The Most Amazing Boxing Game I've ever Played!


EA Sports has done it again! This game is superb. By far, the most realistic boxing game I've ever played. If you look at my reviews, you can see that I reviewed Rocky for the Gamecube a while back and I really like that game. But this game beats ...

Excellent realistic graphics, great extras, comprehensive career mode

Haymaker controlling can be difficult


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Fight Night Round 2 – Floats Like a Butterfly, Stings Like a Bee


After getting hooked on NBC’s new show, "The Contender”, I had the urge to fight someone. Instead of literally going toe-to-toe with someone, I picked up EA Sports’ new release, Fight Night Round 2. Fight Night Round 2 is the follow-up to last year’s ...

deeper Career Mode, amazing graphics, new announcer, Super Punch-Out

haymaker can deteriorate gameplay, lack of licensed boxers