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Developer: Bugbear Entertainment
Content Rating: Teen
Break the rules and take full-contact racing to the limit with wreckfest! expect epic crashes, neck-to-neck fights over the Finish line and brand-new ways for metal to bend - these are the once-in-a-lifetime moments that can only be achieved in wreckfest, with its true-to-life physics simulation crafted by legendary developer bugbear, who also brought you flat out 1 & 2! burn rubber and shred metal in the Ultimate driving playground! wreckfest is jam-packed with upgrade and customization Options. Whether you are preparing for your next demolition derby with reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors and much more, or setting your car up for a banger race with engine performance parts like air filters, camshafts, fuel systems, etc., wreckfest is shaping up to be the BEST combative motors port game out there.
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Wreckfest combines the exact right elements to create something amazing. It's big, ridiculous, loud, and chaotic. It's full of features to dig into, too, like a photo mode, a garage, a market of cars, and the ability to paint vehicles. Most importantly, you can drive a sofa, complete with coffee table, into the side of a school bus. Wreckfest is an absolute blast.
Wreckfest is the long-overdue return of serious, high-quality destruction racing and, in that admittedly slim niche, it’s the king of the crop. It lacks a little spark off the track but out in the thick of it it’s some of the most frantic fun you can have on four wheels. I play plenty of serious racers, but sometimes it’s nice to toss the rulebook into the back seat and get out in the mud and trade some paint.
If all that doesn't faze you (and it shouldn't), Wreckfest more than nails its core gameplay. It's a fun derby racer game that lives up to its FlatOut roots and more. It has a somewhat bare-bones presentation that is rife with bugs and long loading screens, but when it works, it's a remarkable experience from start to finish. If you love this kind of racer, the console version of Wreckfest will hold up its end of the deal and deliver frantic mayhem racing at its best.