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Developer: Bugbear Entertainment
Content Rating: Teen
Break the rules and take full-contact racing to the limit with wreckfest! expect epic crashes, neck-to-neck fights over the Finish line and brand-new ways for metal to bend - these are the once-in-a-lifetime moments that can only be achieved in wreckfest, with its true-to-life physics simulation crafted by legendary developer bugbear, who also brought you flat out 1 & 2! burn rubber and shred metal in the Ultimate driving playground! wreckfest is jam-packed with upgrade and customization Options. Whether you are preparing for your next demolition derby with reinforced bumpers, roll cages, side protectors and much more, or setting your car up for a banger race with engine performance parts like air filters, camshafts, fuel systems, etc., wreckfest is shaping up to be the BEST combative motors port game out there.
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Even with these issues though Wreckfest nails that feeling I had when playing classic games such as Destruction Derby. I love the wacky races, the destruction is perfect, and when it works it just feels fantastic. I kept playing through the issues, and I hope Bugbear continues to improve upon the foundation and maybe toss in some of those driver-tossing mini-games from the Flatout series. As it stands though Wreckfest is a solid game that hits a lot of the right notes, with plenty of technical issues that hold it back from being a classic.
It’s a racer that delicately straddles the line between realism and absurdity, with authentic but enjoyable physics and a whole lot of content. Its cars aren’t licensed, but that allows them to be crumpled, crushed and systematically broken apart before your very eyes. It’s fun playing games like Forza Motorsport and Horizon, but Wreckfest offers something that they just can’t: carnage. And that’s enough to make it a must-have.
The video game market is filled with racing simulations, and it’s nice to see oddities like Wreckfest that deliver the exact opposite. Why race a clean path when you can race dirty? If that proposition sounds fun to you, you can’t go wrong with this aggressive racing experience.