Super Street: Racer
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About this game
Developer: Lion Castle
Content Rating: Everyone
In Super Street: Racer, you don’t just buy your car, you build it. Use hundreds of car parts from the biggest aftermarket brands to customize your exterior, interior and performance to go from scrap to supercar! Take your build to the streets and tear up the roads in breathtaking landscapes or world cities. From drifting on the highways in Tokyo and burning rubber in the Nevada desert, to cruising the warm, atmospheric streets of Los Angeles. Super Street: Racer is officially licensed by MotorTrend Group, the largest automotive media brand in the world. It is supported by the biggest car enthusiast communities in car tuning, such as Super Street, Hot Important Nights and Speed Society. This is the ultimate street racing experience!
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Super Street: Racer is ugly and blurry. It starts off as a grindy slog, but after a while, I ended up enjoying it a lot, as I started appreciating its slow but very rewarding progression system. In a console devoid of tuner scene racer titles, Super Street: Racer once again stands out due to an overall lack of competitors, but this isn’t a bad title at all. A bit overpriced, most definitely, but there’s a lot of fun to be had in here.
The age-old adage that you wait ages for a bus and three come along at once is most apt. Super Street: Racer could have been lost in relative obscurity, but it offers a fresh take on racing on the Switch.
Super Street: Racer for the Nintendo Switch caters towards that diehard audience who prefers to build up a car taken from the dump yard and turn it into a road-machine. Scrounge up the money by winning events to purchase new pieces to improve a vehicle is the aim, and despite that sounding challenging, it's an easy and quick thing to do. The fun is building the car and racing it on the track, but without an online component to it, it does lack in that final part of showing off a creation to others.