ESRB Rating: Everyone Release Date: June 2000
2.5 Stars out of 4
Review by Tom Allen
2½ Stars out of 4
N. Gen Racing offers typical racing game features (purchase and modify vehicles in terms of
metal type, aerodynamic design mods, engine parts, etc.), but the twist is that all vehicles are
futuristic jet-type vehicles.
Actually, Star Wars Episode I Racer and the Wipeout series offer similar vehicles, but the
difference here is that the jets move slowly, as if the crafts were prototypes in a science
experiment. This is not necessarily bad.
Controls are smooth, and game play begins with a short qualifying race. Game play centers
around earning various permits in the vein of Gran Turismo.
The graphics are decent, with only minor pop-up flaws, so the game has no glaring problems. N.
Gen Racing is worth a look for players who want to stretch beyond the arcade play of Mario Kart
but are intimidated by the warp speeds of many modern racing games.
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