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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad (PS3)

Jeremy McGrath's Offroad (PS3)
alaScore 81

9 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 9 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the price, but many are less positive about the controls.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Jeremy McGrath's Offroad (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad

 

Jeremy McGrath's Offroad is a downloadable title for the PS3 and Xbox 360, and while it doesn't quite match up to most disc-based racing titles, it does quite a bit to dispel the notion that downloadable titles are simple efforts not worthy of much.

Solid racing game ; Looks good

Not as "off road" as I had hoped

For $10? If you like racing games - get it.

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad

 

Jeremy McGrath is no stranger to the videogame landscape, having fronted a handful of other racing titles throughout the years. The key separator between Jeremy McGrath's Offroad and those other titles is that they were motocross titles. Offroad is...

There’s nothing fundamentally wrong with Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad so much as there’s no compelling reason to recommend it over other racing titles that have more depth, variety, and make for a more engrossing racing experience for the same asking...

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Review

 

What if the coin-op classic Ivan Stewart's Super Off-Road was brought into modern times?

Offroad doesn’t feature the dizzying depth of the Dirt franchise, nor does it sport the slick physics of the Motorstorm series. That said, it's got a decent amount of content—five vehicle classes, six tracks, career, arcade and 8-player multiplayer...

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Review

 

Should've left it at Jeremy McGrath Supercross World.

Earning XP while racing; Does the basics all-around

Floaty controls, poor traction; Weak sound effects; Boring presentation; Must mute Jeremy McGrath

The best quality of Jeremy McGrath's Offroad is that it's functional. It may even be slightly enjoyable for a few hours if you're not picky about downloadable games. Otherwise, I recommend spending a little more than $10 and catching DiRT 3 on sale.

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad Review

 

Should've left it at Jeremy McGrath Supercross World.

Earning XP while racing; Does the basics all-around

Floaty controls, poor traction; Weak sound effects; Boring presentation; Must mute Jeremy McGrath

The best quality of Jeremy McGrath's Offroad is that it's functional. It may even be slightly enjoyable for a few hours if you're not picky about downloadable games. Otherwise, I recommend spending a little more than $10 and catching DiRT 3 on sale.

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Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad Review

 

The name is familiar but the style has changed. Find out if this offroad racer is worth your time.

Arcade style play ; Track variety ; Casual nature

Car detail is low ; Shallow for those looking for more

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad review

 

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Since Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad is already a bargain price you might as well just buy yourself a cheap used copy of MotorStorm or Burnout Paradise. It does not offer anything new or interesting, while the glitches and cheap presentation are hard to...

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad

 

It seems these days that in most genres, full retail games have a more affordable alternative on the downloadable market. Jeremy Mcgrath's Offroad aims to fill this position as a…

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Jeremy McGrath's Offroad- PS3

 

Offroad doesn't feature the dizzying depth of the Dirt franchise, nor does it sport the slick physics of the Motorstorm series. That said, it's got a decent amount of content - five vehicle classes, six tracks, career, arcade and 8-player multiplayer...

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