Gear Club Unlimited 2
About this game
Developer: Eden Games
Content Rating: Everyone
With the pedal to the metal, race along more than 1800 miles of roads - across the Alps, through Yellowstone Park, in the middle of the desert, or along the Mediterranean coast, fighting to keep your position in over 250 races, championships, missions and challenges. Gear Club Unlimited 2 features more than 50 licensed cars from the world's most famous manufacturers, such as the Porsche 718 Boxster, 918 Spyder, 911 GT2RS, Dodge Viper, Lotus 3-Eleven and McLaren 720s. As you progress through the races, admire your growing collection of cars in your personal garage. Customize your vehicles to make them unique to your style and preference. Change their appearance with paint and bodywork, or alter their driving performance by tuning the engine. You would be nothing, however, without your Club! Create and manage it with your friends, recruit the best drivers, and take on rival clubs from all over the world, reach the top of the podium and enjoy exclusive content reserved for the best players.
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While Gear.Club Unlimited 2 seems to have a bit more to offer compared to its first Nintendo Switch release, unfortunately it is still lacking in the excitement department that other racing games have. There were not a lot of cars to choose from, the races felt slightly repetitive, and the long loading times were brutal.
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 isn’t a bad game by any means. Like its predecessor, it’s a competent racing game on a console that has a racing sim drought, but I was just expecting a bit more. I was expecting an overhauled single player progression.
Eden Games has a lot to work with for this racing series. It could be a great game, but right now it feels a little too mundane, a little too tied to its own past, and marred by technical issues that really slow down the pacing of what should be a fast pick-up-and-go sort of game. It winds up feeling like a downgrade from the last game, rather than an upgrade.