The Grand Tour Game for Xbox One
Xbox One

The Grand Tour Game

Jan 15, 2019
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About this game

Content Rating: Teen


The Grand Tour Game is reinventing the way we watch and play. One moment you're seeing the hosts attempt some glorious automotive impossibility… the next you're at the wheel yourself - same car, same location, same chance to make a massive mess of it. The Season Pass for The Grand Tour Game will be available beginning with Episode 1 from each of the show’s first two seasons. New episodes will be added weekly when Season 3 of the show debuts, capturing cars, locations, and surprises from each week's episode. Now the fun doesn’t have to end when the show’s over—in fact, it’s just beginning.

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Critic Reviews

4 Reviews
Mark SherwoodJan 18, 2019
The Grand Tour Game sports a unique content delivery system, but it’s one that goes in and against the game’s favor. That being said, this all means very little in the face of its undefined framework. Whilst the game does a good job of representing the show’s stylish character and imitating its format in fun ways, it predictably falls short where it really matters. This is, at very best, a mixed bag of pros and cons.
Ben BaylissFeb 08, 2019
The only saving grace is that The Grand Tour Game has a strong fun element that keeps it in line with the show’s humor and that on its own should be enough to keep me playing, but unfortunately, it doesn’t. I feel like the game lets itself down after a few episodes and ends up not having any replayability. For Amazon Game Studios’ first console title, it’s not half bad, but it’s certainly not enough to entice me to pick up Amazon Prime to watch the show outside of the game.
Ben KerryJan 19, 2019
Sadly, this does little to help the overall package, which feels like a low budget advertisement for The Grand Tour. A little more time in the oven could have helped the game feel more like a standalone experience, but as it stands, little outside of its affiliation with the TV show holds up. It remains to be seen what the content from season 3 will offer, but issues at a core level with the visuals, driving physics and general lack of polish mean additional content will likely suffer the same issues.