FlatOut 4: Total Insanity
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Content Rating: Teen
Tiny Rebel Games is the creator of the award-winning Doctor Who: Legacy game for mobile and is the partnership of Susan Cummings and Lee Cummings, who have been instrumental to the creation of a number of the biggest console franchises of the last two decades including the Grand Theft Auto. series, Midnight Club., Bioshock., and Borderlands.. The Tiny Rebel Games team are incredibly excited about the collaboration with Strategy First and Kylotonn and are anxious to unveil FlatOut 4: Total Insanity to fans of the franchise.
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Flatout 4 doesn’t bring anything noteworthy to the series, and while the Flatout and party modes are good for some low stakes enjoyment, the grind of single-player progression is too much to bare. The challenge is borderline unfair at times, and that wrecks the partytime nature that the series used to do so well.
FlatOut 4 is a frequently irritating game that's held down by incredible amounts of grind, it has some saving graces with a variety of game modes and track types, but they don't do enough to balance out against the negatives like AI, physics and more.
Overall, Flatout 4 is an admirable resurrection of a franchise once considered on par with Burnout. Thing is, that sort of game has become passe in the age of realism, and it’s unlikely that Flatout 4 is going to bring it back to the forefront of racing games. Still, if like me, you miss these sort of non-serious racing and crashing extravaganzas, you’re not likely going to be disappointed in Flatout 4. It’s a bit of a dinosaur, sure – but I wouldn’t turn away a Stegosaur if I saw one either.