Baja: Edge of Control HD for PlayStation 4
PS4

Baja: Edge of Control HD

Sep 14, 2017
7.32
playscore
Average
1566th of 7723

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About this game

Developer: 2XL Games
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Baja: Edge of Control HD is the carefully remastered version of the original off-road racer from 2008 and contains more than 1,000 miles of the toughest terrain including the steepest mountains, thickest mud and deepest canyons known to man. Only the HD version features much crisper and more detailed visuals running at super smooth framerates in up to 4K screen resolution along with improved controls, user interface and an easier career start.

Gamer Reviews

415 Reviews
7.93

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Critic Reviews

9 Reviews
6.71
Doug MercerSep 27, 2017
Overall, Baja: Edge of Control is a remaster that has held up over the years though it is kind of baffling as to why we’re getting a new version in the first place. With a ton of ways to play and a spiffy new upgrade, Edge of Control is a lot of fun and held my attention better than many other racing games. Though the amount of maps is a little misleading as they all sort of blend together, much like the vehicles, the types of races are all fun as well as having a challenging AI.
Marcello ApostolicoOct 07, 2017
Baja: Edge of Control HD is a remaster that may be head-scratching at first, but once you get your hands on it, there’s plenty to enjoy. Outside of some mixed texture work, the game runs and plays silky smooth. Given the game’s accessible price tag, off-road racing fans certainly have a lot to enjoy. There’s just something blissful about racing out in the open terrain, overlooking the land.
Jim HargreavesSep 14, 2017
Baja is about as middle of the road as remasters get. While it’s great to see Nordic paying attention to its stable of dormant THQ properties, exhuming an average racing game from 2008 seems a tad misguided. Baja hasn’t aged particularly well, but it’s far from bad and there’s still some fun to be had taking to the track. You just have to question why this remaster even exists.

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