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: Total Insanity is better than I’d feared but not as good as I’d hoped. Kylotonn has dredged this near-forgotten racing rebel from the very bottom of the barrel and fashioned it into a basic but fun, stunt-filled speedster, but I found myself regularly frustrated with its repetitive career mode, its stingy economy and nebulous unlockables, its superficial demolition derby events, and its uneven difficulty.
In this case, total insanity doesn’t equate to total fun; it equates to frequent failure. Albeit, often financially rewarding failure. No, the finer moments of FlatOut 4: Total Insanity are to be found when it’s either being more restrained or just all out daft.
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.