Gamers Central heeft een review geschreven van Re-Volt, een zwaar leuke racegame waarin je met kleine radio-grafische karretjes rijdt. De game komt waarschijnlijk deze maand nog uit, anders kun je ook een demo downloaden. Anyway, hier heb je een stukje uit de preview.
Of course, you are free to leave the track at any time and go exploring, to the extent that the game allows. In the version that I played, the track is set in an urban environment. Consequently, you can go off exploring other people's front yards, although there isn't really much that you can't see from the road. There are several obstacles placed around the track that must be avoided. For example, at the start, several basketballs can be seen bouncing across the road. While it is possible to hit these, I get the feeling that they are there more for the entertainment value than to pose a serious driving menace. Obstacles to be avoided include parked cars (although you can always drive under these) and the roadside curb. You can often get the edge on your opponents by mounting the curb and jumping down the other side, thus cutting the corner. The full version of the game when it's released will include 13 single player tracks set in 7 different environments including a museum, a supermarket, the wild west, botanical gardens, a toy store and a cruise ship. Not all of these tracks will be available at the beginning of the game. You will have to use your skill to earn the right to race on some of them. Pleasingly, the full version will also include a track editor, which should increase the lastability of the game substantially.