Short version: Scrap Metal’s cheerfully sloppy control makes the game fun in short bursts, but hinders long-term enjoyment. Though a variety of mission types try to break up the monotony, they aren’t as fun as the basic races. In the end, there isn’t enough depth here to support the amount of content the developers delivered.
Though there never really was any slow point this year, game release schedules just keep picking up speed. That’s as true for download services as it is for retail games, and now Microsoft has just detailed its next big batch of XBLA games. XBLA’s Block Party kicks off March third, and keeps going through the […]
From the developers who brought us one of my favorite downloadable games, N+, comes an insanely fun looking 3D racing/destruction game titled Scrap Metal. Slick Entertainment, an independent development studio, has unveiled the trailer for Scrap Metal at CES and it looks awesome. Check the video and details below.