The races include eight computer-controlled participants, though there is a online multiplayer game mode for the same number of participants. The tracks could do with extra variety overall, but the fun driving offsets their limited number in the end. Responsible drivers need not apply. There are 40 parts that can go flying through the air and you will find 5000 obstacles in the game. The vehicles get beat up with hits and their parts may go flying off during the race.
The ultimate in turbo-charged cars and the craziest competitor drivers are waiting to test your best destructive streak. Smashing into your opponent cars, who drive very competently, also gives you the same result. Almost everything on the tracks can be destroyed or thrown around, making it quite easy to accidentally fly off the road and lose your heading. They spin haphazardly when stuck in the mud and skate uncontrollably if caught on ice. In these high-speed races, the more damage you inflict, the better. The tracks included in the game are based on real scenes in the United States.
. FlatOut 2 combines racetrack circuits with a series of tests where you will need to get a certain score to pass the level. In these high-speed races, the more damage you inflict, the better. Responsible drivers need not apply. FlatOut 2 © 2006 Empire Interactive Europe Ltd. But you might want to cause a few.
In total, there are 60 tracks and 34 vehicles. But you might want to cause a few. Game concept and development by Bugbear Entertainment Ltd. The cars themselves, which can be upgraded, sold and traded in with better counterparts over the course of the career play, behave quite realistically in each environment. FlatOut 2 © 2006 Empire Interactive Europe Ltd.
Gamepad with 8 buttons minimum to support all configurable game commands is recommended. FlatOut is all about fast, reckless driving through a ragdoll-infused world. But you might want to cause a few. The ultimate in turbo-charged cars and the craziest competitor drivers are waiting to test your best destructive streak. Combine this with a competent physics engine that you must always take into consideration thanks to the many inclines, jumps, sharp turns and bumpy off-road tracks, and what you end up with is an interesting, if somewhat challenging, racing game. But overall you should indulge in a little bit of destruction, since doing so will generate extra nitrous. Choose the right one for getting ahead of the rivals.
FlatOut 2 is a racing game with circuits full of obstacles and slopes that make driving an adventure full of hectic action. Unlike the more straightforward and closed courses of your average arcade racer like Need for Speed Hot Pursuit 2, the busy tracks of FlatOut are filled with props left and right. Crashes occur often on the tracks, which range from forests, to quarries, speedways or tundras. Game concept and development by Bugbear Entertainment Ltd. Gamepad with 8 buttons minimum to support all configurable game commands is recommended. Between races you can also engage in bonus games, which feature all sorts of crazy jump stunts and demolition derbies. The only downside is that you have to grind through the career mode to access them outside of network matches.
In these high-speed races, the more damage you inflict, the better. The circuits can be completed in different ways. If you are not able to overcome them, run them off the road or crash into them. . . . .
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