Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.6/10

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Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars Reviews

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Adrenaline Vault 2.5/5 Nov 27 '00
Computer Games Online 4.5/5 Nov 07 '00
GameCenter 8/10 Nov 30 '00
GameRaiders.com 85/100 Dec 12 '00
GamesDomain  --- Nov 28 '00
GameSpot 7.2/10 Nov 16 '00
Media & Games Online 89% Dec 01 '00
MPOG 4/5 Nov 18 '00
Pulsar Gaming 3/5 Dec 05 '00
Sports Reviewers 4/5 Dec 01 '00
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Dirt Track Racing: Sprint Cars Previews

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Computer Games Online Jul 26 '00
GA-Sports May 29 '00
Games Radar UK Sep 13 '00
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"...you may also import tracks from the original Dirt Track Racing... Configuration options here facilitate much more extensive customization than in the original... powersliding is still at the core of all the racing..."
"Some things have changed from the game’s predecessor, including the addition of some real speedways from around the country. Eldora and Terre Haute were included in our demonstration, and had seemingly correct dimensions compared to their real-world counterparts. Williams Grove, Knoxville, and Hagerstown will also be included. Twenty tracks are expected to ship in the final game. There are 50 different "skins" for the cars and four different models of sprint car. Car tuning presents new challenges based on a sprint car's unique design."
"...detailed physics... dozens of tuning options... skimpy manual... well-produced game with excellent graphics... highlights or entire races can be saved to a file and edited like a movie..."
"From what I saw, the controls for the game are very similar to the original. From what I saw though, the Sprint Cars seemed to handle a little bit better, but that could be as a result of the physics being turned down just a bit. This is just one of those racing games where you have to put your time in and get used to the way that the cars handle, after all, this isn’t like driving a F1 car at Monaco."
"...you'll encounter some of the most unique cars and intriguing environments in virtual racing... demands a distinctive driving style... This is far more simulation than wacky arcade game, but it's not one of those tight-assed sims... The AI is fairly tough..."