PS2 Review: The Simpsons: Road Rage
From the Gamesite section of EZY magazine.

Hey, hey kids. The Simpsons have hit the street in an all-new, arcade-style driving game, Road Rage. When Monty Burns takes over Springfield's transport system he jacks up the fares to cover the cost of fuelling the buses with nuclear power. At almost a hundred bucks a pop, the town responds by running their own taxi service. The aim of the game is to pick up and drop off as many customers as quickly as you can. Passengers could be any of 20-odd interactive characters from the show, including regulars like Barney and Apu. The game takes you through a number of Springfield neighbourhoods and past more than 100 of the town's famous landmarks. There are various game modes, including two-player mode, story mode and a Sunday mode for cruising around at a more leisurely pace. Vehicles are the same models as used by the particular character in the TV show, so Homer buzzes about in the pink family car, while Willy does pick-ups in his red tractor. Created in the same style as Crazy Taxi, if you enjoyed that game,
then you're bound to get mileage out of The Simpsons: Road Rage.


Platforms: PS2, GCN, XBOX
Publisher: EA
Category: Driving
Players: 1-2
Difficulty: Easy
Graphics: 4/5
Gameplay: 3/5


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Disclaimer: This article is from the December '01 EZY Entertainment magazine. No profit is being made from this article. Visit the Video EZY website here.

 

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