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Mini Motor Racing X Review (Switch Ishop)

Mini Motor Racing X Review (Switch Ishop)

Racing game these days is too scary to stand out from the crowd. Many options are available from virtual SIMs such as Grid Autosport Well, Mario Kart, Is pretty much the same thing for everyone. Mini Motor Racing X Nice arcade racer with smooth gameplay and good graphics, but it does nothing For sale Himself. There is a lot to sink your teeth to the surface, but dig a little deeper and there is very little on offer that has not been done here before.

Taking a more accessible, simpler experience approach, it feels like a slight cross between the Mini Motor Racing X Micro machines And features Blackie, toy-like vehicles along with capabilities such as Mario Kart, Nitro Boost and various weapons. There are plenty of tracks to choose from, some at tropical beach resorts, some at African grasslands, full of giraffes and rhinos. With a ‘mini’ theme in mind, these tracks are usually very short and are often replaced by four or five laps.

The way the vehicles handle themselves is a little iffy, at least at first. They are many Floating Feel them, so you have to be careful when taking corners so you don’t overthink and face the opposite direction. It takes a while to get used to, even then it is very smart to our liking. Weapons take the form of wrenches, rockets and more and instead of picking them up as you run around the course, they are handed out each time you cross the starting line. If you use them very quickly it means you have no weapons.

The career mode of the game makes up most of the gameplay in Mini Motor Racing X; You will run along your path through championships, along with new vehicles and upgrades. These can be used in special quick race mode and arcade mode (which includes a mini-game called Bumper Ball and which is the worst take on the game in Rocket League). If you want to collect new items, you will find Plenty Getting here.

We love the good arcade racing game and in many ways the thrill of mini motor racing X spades; It’s a reasonably fast, responsive experience with so many vehicles and tracks to try. In the end, though, there really is nothing here; There is nothing to separate you from Mario Kart 8 Rocket League. It’s a lot of content to be an entertaining alternative, and if you’re happy with it, you will have a good time.