Street Supremacy review

Skid to a stop with this lumpy, leaden take on Tokyo

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There is one problem.

Developer Genki cleverly tried to hide the six metric tons of stone that each car is towing by rendering them invisible. But rest assured, that weight is there. How else to explain the steering, which makes a Mack truck feel nimble, or the acceleration, which otherwise would require engines residing in a non-Euclidian plane where going faster feels like not moving at all. If that’s not clear enough, try this: the racing stinks on ice.

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DescriptionNo matter what it tries, this game can't get away from the actual racing, which is more boring and lethargic than we thought possible.
US censor rating"Everyone"
UK censor rating""
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)