Insane 2

Insane 2

I’ve played the original 1nsane. I played the demo I’d gotten on a CD with a magazine, and then I played the full game as soon as I found it. I loved 1nsane. I played the hell out of 1nsane. This, sir, is not 1nsane.

It’s not bad, but Insane 2 isn’t as good as the original. But it is a fun little off-road, open-arena racer. Jamboree, Off-Road Racing and Capture the Flag are still around, and they’re mostly good (though the cars seem to roll over way to easily with the flag than in the original). And there are new gaming modes as well. Yeah… about those…

Real player with 44.9 hrs in game

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You know what? This game is kinda sick.

First as a disclosure, I got this in a bundle for $3.50cad that I mainly bought for a steam version of FlatOut 2. If anything, I kinda got this game for free.

It’s a racing game that takes place in multiple open-world locations where you checkpoint race, hold the flag for a bit, claim as many gates as possible, run over the airdrop packages, stay in the helicopter searchlight, as well as problably more gimmicky gametypes (since the further I progress in the singleplayer, the more gametypes they throw at me).

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

Insane 2 on Steam



First of all, buy this game for 10Hrs worth of Single Player Content(Tournament) it has Quick Play and some Time Attack challenges but who plays that anyways?

The Multiplayer is dead(Online and Leaderboards are no longer available due to server shutdown)

The game is just OK

just 2 vehicles, 1 Dirt Bike and 1 ATV. Luckily, they can be customized to the point you cant tell the difference between the two

The Tournament is just OK though the last levels have heavy rubber banding and doesnt feel good

Real player with 28.3 hrs in game

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What is Nail’d ?

Nail’d is kinda a funny game, it has pretty much nothing going on for it, its mediocre at everything it does but I found myself playing it for quite some time, this is a review just because I had fun with a game doesnt mean I owe it a recommendation many people enjoy stupid movies like sharknado in a “so bad its good” way, either to laugh at it or have some gags with friends, it doesnt mean they would go everywhere recommending people to watch it, Nail’d is pretty much like that It would fall into a guilty pleasure of sorts in a racing game way, but what does that mean ? let me explain below…

Real player with 15.2 hrs in game

nail'd on Steam



| Disclaimer: Game received for free for winning at a demo competition |


+++ One of the best handling models i have experienced in a driving game. It is not necessarily realistic, it is one of a kind and it feels great to drive. It is also balanced well between keyboard, controller and a driving wheel.

++ Challenge mode, where you race against yourself in a time trial and acquire trophies. The difficulty is well balanced even for a skilled driver, unexperienced players may need some practice to acquire trophies.

Real player with 159.2 hrs in game

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Amazing game!

Challenging but very rewarding driving physics that take a while to learn but that just makes the satisfaction of nailing a corner even greater.

Game runs smoothly and looks great, I’ve been playing on DualShock4 and the game feels responsive and vibration feels pretty good. Haven’t encountered any glitches yet either! Only a few cars and tracks right now but hey that’s early access, there’s more on the way. Had a quick stab at multiplayer and had some fun races, the 3 minute qualifying format is really fun. Nice to see a functioning track vote system too.

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

DRAG on Steam



I’ve got mixed feelings about this game. On one hand I love the concept and simple controls. On the other hand it’s hard to play a game that crashes all the time, and doesn’t let you control the camera.

The first level pack is fine, but even on sale it’s not really worth $8.49… maybe $4.24.

If the second level pack worked like it’s suppose to, then it would be worth $8.49.

And if I could get to the third level pack, then it would be worth $12.50.

And if I could finish the game and feel satisfied, then it would be worth $14.99.

Real player with 19.9 hrs in game

Offroad 3DX is a physics based point to point racer, not dissimilar to the Trials series, albeit with some interesting and innovative twists.


First off, although very accessible, O3DX is hard….. Very hard, you won’t be flying through the levels like in other physics racers. After the first few tutorial levels are finished, you’ll have to work hard, just to get to the finish line on most maps.

The first thing that stands out in O3DX is the fact that although you can only move your vehicle on a 2D plain, all the levels are rendered in 3D. This gave the developer, the ability to add things like tricky, slow corners and dynamic camera views.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

O3DX on Steam

World Of Walking Cities

World Of Walking Cities

Bewertung / Rating: 04/10


The installation under Windows 10 works fine.

The game starts smoothly and the game menu is clear and user-friendly.

The game idea is reminiscent of the movie Mortal Engines.

The control of the mobile building in the game is a bit lengthy and does not always react immediately to the click of the mouse.

The fight calculations and the outcome of the fight are both very inscrutable.

You never actually lose, which is why you ask yourself the question: What are the upgrades for?

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

UPDATE: After 8 months without any updates, it is now clear that the developer has no intention of further developing this game. DO NOT BUY.

Though I hope there are additional features as the game continues through the development process, I can’t recommend purchasing it at this point. There is very little content here, and not much of an indicator as to what additional content will be…

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

World Of Walking Cities on Steam

Cross And Crush

Cross And Crush

Updated 26/1/21

Since I last reviewed, game has been fixed, with that aside, the game still becomes a grind to play within minutes. To unlock all the characters is a sheer headache as the game does not reward you very well with coins, and the achievements of needing to get one thousand, five thousand and 10 thousand coins is just tedious. Achievements like this, NEVER enrich your experience with a game. They just make you despise it and get angry (cross) and will make you want to smack the developers head in (crush).

Real player with 11.6 hrs in game

In this game you use A and D to tell your animal which way to go as the vehicle it is pulling destroys stuff in a lame way and you’re being chased by cops. Somehow Tap By Tap managed to make destroying a city and killing cops boring. I wouldn’t even recommend this if they paid you €2.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Cross And Crush on Steam




WARNING: do not buy the Amplified Edition but go for the Standard game instead. To this day it’s unclear what the extra benefits of Amplified are gonna be. They already released a car DLC (Porsche Macan) that isn’t even part of the Amplified Edition and in a recent video interview with the dev director on the DIRT YT channel it’s stated that even the Standard game is gonna get extra free content. I still like the game but so far the extra money I paid for the Amplified Edition feels like a waste.

Real player with 80.8 hrs in game


  • Dirt 5 is really good with some caveats. If you’re looking for something in the vein of the previous DiRT games, you’ll likely be disappointed. But if you enjoy arcade offroad racers hearkening back to the PS2/Xbox era, you should definitely check this out at some point, most likely on sale.

Pros, Cons, and Meh(s):


  • Wide range of car disciplines, from rallycross spec cars to 80s rally to trucks to buggys. All of them feel fast, responsive and just fun to drive.

  • Graphics are really solid, night time lighting is especially nice.

Real player with 29.2 hrs in game

DIRT 5 on Steam

Moto Racer  4

Moto Racer 4

2016 game with 1996 controls. And it’s a racing game, where controls should be priority #1.

I’ve played PS1 games with better/authentic controls.

Sadly, I cannot recommend it, due to the fact that the racing part (in a racing game) is done badly, so when you’ll race - you won’t get the feel that you’re rac… well, you got the point.

Controls: the acceleration is on the “Z” button, brakes are on “S”, and steering is on “Q” and “D”. Funny, huh? There’s more.

You cannot change the controls layout. At all. There’s no such option.

Real player with 22.1 hrs in game

Moto Racer 4, a release which seems to have completely slipped under my radar, recieving little to no fanfare even at the time of its release. I have played another game in this series, Moto Racer 2, and as such I’ll be comparing my experience with this title to my previous experience in Moto Racer 2.

To begin, its very much an arcade style racer, die-hard racing simulator fans need not apply. However, i’d say that its very much in the spirit of the rest of the series, as MR2 had a distincly arcade style of gameplay. This arcade style of play is quite enjoyable actually and gives the game a very oldshool style of play. There are a few new additions to the gameplay in Moto Racer 4, the TURBO system, whereby a carefully timed press of the A button will give you a boost of speed at the starting line and also a boost of speed when executing a wheelie. As far as variety in the gameplay goes, you have standard races, time trials and other modes such as ‘slalom’ where you have to weave in and out of traffic, but still arrive at the finish line before time runs out, and an elemination mode where the racer in last place is eliminated every 30 seconds. You also have a variety of road and dirt tracks, utilising superbikes and dirtbikes respectively. This variety has been enough to keep me entertained so far, with both dirt and road tracks providing their own set of unique challenges and quirks. There are also various tricks to pull off when riding a dirtbike, the tricks must be executed by pushing a certain sequence of buttons, this is a welcome addition to the game as in MR2, tricks would occur at random and didn’t really have any impact on the gameplay whatsoever.

Real player with 19.8 hrs in game

Moto Racer 4 on Steam

Need for Speed™ Payback

Need for Speed™ Payback

my gpu are getting f up

Real player with 175.6 hrs in game

The only thing I dont like on this is that it does not have a proper thing to upgrade your performance of the car instead theres gambling which is annoying and feels like slot machine rather than upgrading

Real player with 85.9 hrs in game

Need for Speed™ Payback on Steam

Off-Road Paradise: Trial 4x4

Off-Road Paradise: Trial 4x4

I really saw the potential of this game…

Unfortunatly it failed on too many levels.


  • The whole idea of a offroad trial game on small rock islands with a tropical theme

  • Some of the levels are fun and nice to play, and give a good vibe

  • a lot of levels

  • ok graphics


  • It feels like driving a bouncy ball on ballon tires in really low gravity

  • bad grip

  • bad physics (feels more like on the moon than on earth)

  • on/off controls, nothing in between, which makes it very hard to play on some levels

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

Off-Road Paradise: Trial 4X4:

One of the greatest inventions of the 19th Century is without a doubt the automobile. Some are built to look good but surprisingly are lemons; some are built to go fast, but these days unless you are a professional racing driver you are pretty much going to do 110 KM/H at best on a motorway (Down Under, that is). However, some are built for discovering and passing the most difficult terrains. They are Off-Road vehicles. . . Oh, what about Off-Road in Paradise; let’s give it a trial!

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