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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Critic Reviews19 Reviews
Stephanie Sung — Jan 19, 2019
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.
Mike Splechta — Jan 09, 2019
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.
William Murphy — Dec 11, 2018
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.
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Ben Congalton — Jan 15, 2019
Overall, Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is a half-decent attempt at a big-budget style racing sim, but falls short in too many areas to be considered a serious contender. Whilst it offers moments of enjoyment in between those pesky loading screens, the game’s greatest strength is the lack of competition it faces from other racing sims on the platform.
Ryan Janes — Dec 16, 2018
Those patiently waiting on a decent realistic racer on Switch, unfortunately, won’t find that in Gear.Club Unlimited 2. Its decent selection of cars, solid customization and lengthy campaign are crippled thanks to the game’s sluggish and uninspired racing, sketchy performance and horrendous load times that pop up far too frequently. The Switch may be sorely lagging in the racing department but it certainly deserves much better than this.
Corey Gavaza — Dec 13, 2018
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 can give Switch fans the simulation racing fix they crave, but only for so long. After spending enough time with it, it becomes apparent that this is a title that isn’t trying to aim for a completely simulation-based gameplay style. Whether that is due to creative choices or due to the base of the game being from a mobile phone game, the fact remains that the gameplay of this title is not too far away its kart-racing brothers on the Switch.
Trevor Gould — Dec 13, 2018
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 can be entertaining, but it is a real mixed bag. For $59.99 it’s missing some features and that extra level of polish I’d expect. I’d suggest trying to find the first game on sale to get a better idea if this full-priced sequel is for you. Perhaps the value will increase when Eden Games finishes it and implements online races. A patch to reduce the load times would also be advantageous.
Dave Aubrey — Dec 13, 2018
There will be an update for online multiplayer later, but there's nothing as of right now. The game could be fun, but the developers of Gear.Club Unlimited 2 really need to rethink this mobile-style progression system and make the game load faster and run smoother. With those improvements, it could be a great racer that everyone should play on the Switch.
Jeremy Peeples — Dec 10, 2018
Gear Club Unlimited 2 is an underwhelming follow-up to the first game. There, the idea of a lean simulation racer that was arcade-centric in a way worked. It was rough around the edges, and in theory, a sequel would allow those to be smoothed out. Sadly, that didn’t happen and the final product suffers from a number of shortcomings.
Dominic Leighton — Dec 17, 2018
It’s a shame that more time wasn’t spent on Gear.Club Unlimited 2 as there are a glimmer or two of hope amongst the horror. However, appalling loading times, terrible handling, and moronic computer AI all contribute to a racing game that rolls its way off the assembly line and straight into the scrapyard.
Chris Scullion — Dec 10, 2018
Rather than building on the solid foundations its predecessor set last year, Gear.Club Unlimited 2 slams into reverse gear and delivers racing gameplay that feels significantly more laggy and sluggish than the original. With no attempt made to cut its remaining mobile roots and more performance issues than a drunken West End actor, we just canât recommend dropping a whopping ÂŁ54.99/$59.99 on this unoptimised, clunky effort.
A.K Rahming — Dec 09, 2018
Overall, Gear.Club Unlimited is pretty much a missed opportunity. Eden Games took a second chance, but this may as well be a content update to the first game since virtually no real improvements have been made. This is, absurdly, a $60 title, vastly outclassed by similarly-priced games like Forza Horizon 4. Take a detour and wait for other racers like V-Rally 4 and GRID; this is just a tire blowout.
Juan Garcia — Dec 05, 2018
Eden Games empieza a aprovechar mejor las posibilidades de Nintendo Switch con Gear Club Unlimited 2, dejando atrás el cartel de ser una simple 'adaptación' de un juego para móvil. Esta segunda entrega es más bonita, interesante y variada que el original, pero aún con esas, aún tiene cierto camino que recorrer en lo que al modelo de conducción se refiere, profundidad de la propuesta y acabado técnico.
Alfonso Arribas — Dec 07, 2018
Por lo tanto, salvo que seas muy fan del género y quieras un juego de conducción para Nintendo Switch (además de ser capaz de perdonar y entender todas las limitaciones técnicas y jugables del título), Gear.Club Unlimited 2 está lejos de ser una buena experiencia de conducción arcade.
Ayden_ — Dec 20, 2018
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 est un peu le concurrent que personne n’attend et qui, avec sa hargne et sa fougue, se frotte aux champions du bitume. Le titre d’Eden Games gomme les principales carences de l’original et offre aux possesseurs de Switch l’occasion de piloter des monstres de la route sur la télé, sous la couette ou en déplacement.
Vincent Elmer-Haerrig — Dec 19, 2018
Gear.Club 2 est une évolution positive du premier, mais une évolution mineure. Pas suffisante en tout cas pour qu'on puisse décider de passer à cette nouvelle version sans aucun remords. De plus, les soucis techniques rencontrés avec le jeu original (la conduite 100% arcade, les temps de chargement) demeurent. Gear.Club 2 reste donc un jeu à conseiller parce qu'il est le seul dans la catégorie des jeux de course "sérieux" de la machine de Nintendo.
Damien Greffet — Dec 13, 2018
C'est même à se demander si Eden Games n’a pas oublié comment réaliser un jeu console à force de se focaliser sur le mobile. C'est dommage, car la Nintendo Switch mérite d'avoir autre chose que du Mario Kart en terme de jeu de courses Tous nos espoirs sont donc désormais tournés vers GRID Autosport prévu pour 2019.
Sérgio Mota — Dec 22, 2018
Gear.Club Unlimited 2 é o melhor jogo no seu género no catálogo da eShop. Infelizmente esta frase ousada não é tanto reveladora da qualidade do jogo, mas sim da falta de concorrência séria neste departamento. Com características demasiado presas à sua herança dos dispositivos móveis e limitações ao nível técnico, é difícil justificar o seu custo demasiado elevado e equiparável a títulos semelhantes em consolas concorrentes cuja qualidade de conteúdo e custo de produção são amplamente superiores.
Theo Weber — Dec 20, 2018
Gear Club Unlimited 2 is grafisch gezien een prima titel en ook de besturing is eenvoudig, maar door alle missers die de game kent, weet de titel op het gebied van gameplay niet te overtuigen. Het lijkt erop dat Eden games de mogelijkheden van de Switch overschat hebben en met een titel gekomen is die net even te zwaar was voor de motor van Nintendo's console.