Fast & Furious: Crossroad released on August 7, but reviews have yet to be announced – it seems very few media have received the code for the game and people have certainly not got them in launch time. GameSpot has not rated the title, but the site that has included the game is, unfortunately, very little good to say about it.
The intersection seems, in the lead to warm-up, like a winner. The game was developed by Slighty Mad Studios (Project Cars 3) alongside Tigon Studios, the Vin Diesel owned studio behind The Wheelman. The film stars Diesel in the lead role Dominic Toretto, with Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson taking on their roles. Fast & Furious saga has struggled to make a good game, but this seems to have a chance.
The game, which was originally scheduled to release in May alongside the pre-delayed F9: The Fast Saga, is out now, and a few reviews have been bad. Common complaints claim that poor mission design, poor handling, and lousy visuals, although the plot has received some mild compliments of the feel, more or less, like a story. Typical Fast & Furious. So far there̵7;s at least one positive review – we’ve included it below.
The reviews are, at least, more positive than what Fast & Furious: Showdown got. But it seems the best Fast & Furious game ever to be Forza Horizon 2 Presents Fast & Furious, which has long since dropped off the list and is not heavy on Fast & Furious flavors at all.
- Game: Fast & Furious: Crossroads
- Communication: PC, Xbox One, PS4
- Developers: Slightly Mad Studios
- Release date: August 7
- Price: $ 60 / £ 50 / $ 90 AUD
The Gamer – 8/10
“I can understand why some people were able to escape the Crossroad. Its story is difficult, the driving is impractical and its physics and graphics are a bit optimistic. This is the farthest thing from. The AAA experience is polished and it’s clear that Bandai Namco doesn’t market it much for that.But the point is – I value creativity, have fun, and focus on the polish, to some extent. For me, Crossroad is booming with those things. Yes, it’s fun and a bit stupid, but what other game this year will let you chase a shuttle through New Orleans? ” – Bella Blondeau [Full Review]
Game Informer – October 5
“Many of us have lived through the era of video games brimming with movie-to-bad-game adaptations, and Crossroad is a stark reminder of those days, showing how the game has evolved. That game is a mess of figuring out why Fast Movies are so good, but will leave you wanting to put the controller down to see one of those movies. ” – Andrew Reiner [Full Review]
Xbox Center – May 2
“The controls in Fast & Furious Crossroad are frightening, with the feel of a dead salmon and as much impact on your track as rubbing your lucky bunny’s paw. A mission shows Cam trying. trying to win a race on the narrow track in Rio, and without a lie, it took me about 15 attempts to get around the track without collisions at every corner. inactive speed – you can also close your eyes and mumble a small prayer every time you get to a corner, and I feel like you won’t do any worse if you try to race properly. Over this level? Sharpen the walls – just let the track get you where you need to go. Although the barriers seem oddly magnetic, once you bump into them it’s hard to knock them off. ” – Paul Renshaw [Full Review]
Push Square – October 3
“How Fast & Furious Crossroad ended when it was released at full price will forever be a mystery. It lacks everything it can, from shallow and repetitive gameplay to the original horror image. about the previous generation of consoles, not even the one committed Fast and furious Fans should endure this monstrosity for themselves. That’s unless you want to have a good laugh with Vin Diesel. ” – Liam Croft [Full Review]
Subway – October 2
“Fast & Furious Crossroad is an unwanted reminder of the bad old days of linked movies, when cheap games were removed as quickly as possible (or not in this case).” to make money on name recognition.around is bad game It seems like those days are long after us, but this is as bad as all other Fast & Furious games, if not worse, it’s a waste of talent behind the scenes. ” [Full Review]
Eurogamer – Avoid
“Perhaps the biggest disappointment coming to Crossroad as a Fast & Furious fan, are glimpses of what could be happening, and witnessing an interesting enough portion of the transmission. The series theory is over-served by the game behind it.world is less cruel The cross could have been paused when it was clear it wouldn’t work – as it is now, it’s just lame in sorry state, sorry. What a disappointment. ” – Martin Robinson [Full Review]
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