In conclusion, for a team that brought you games like Sniper Elite, WRC4 and most recently Farming Simulator 17, the game really falls short of the talent one might have come to expect from the publishing team. The game has its moments, but never really becomes more than a short burst of time filling between major games.
All in all, the game is fun and addictive, if you're into racing but are looking for a difference then WRC is definitely one to try. It's all the fun of racing, with a little less pressure compared to being thrown onto a track with 10+ other guys to beat, dodging cars and racing for immediate on-track position, instead it's you more or less racing the clock with the challenge of doing the best time. It's probably not worth the price tag, the cheapest being around the $89 mark, so best to wait it out for it to come down a bit but if you're a racing fan looking for a bit of difference and challenge it's definitely worth looking into.
Overall, it's a pick up and play game, with great user friendly controls, fun, addictive gameplay, witty one liners and carnage, it's easy for any kind of player to pick up the controller and have some good fun, it won't last forever as repetition is the game's biggest shortcoming but it's definitely fun and replayable, a great time killer or stress relief. The game's value is great too, at $49.95 it's priced well for the level of content and fun I found and had playing this game.
In conclusion the game is okay, it’s not for me specifically as I’ve never been a huge fan of Kingdom Hearts but I can see why it is as popular as it has become, thus as a result fans will enjoy it, I don’t know if they’ll love it though as the content level is minimal, one revamp of a full game, one short extra game lasting barely a couple hours and an hour long cinematic to fill the gaps for the cost of $69 AUD? Not the best value if you ask me. But no doubt many will pay for the small amount of content to fill their void until the release of Kingdom Hearts III the twelfth instalment of the series as a whole, and HD remakes are always a welcome addition giving a fresh new take on games that players can sometimes miss after replaying the originals as many times as I have playing mine. So in the end, Kingdom Hearts fans will feel their money was well spent.
The game definitely suits one who loves crafting games, though as a beginner in the field this game works well as it's fairly user friendly and small enough in scale you won't get lost in it, strangely addictive at times yet not enough to steal you away from the big names in terms of longevity.