Mad Max is an engaging rampage through a brutal world of depravity and loss that urges you to probe every ugly corner.
Satisfying car combat and a beautiful wasteland mostly make up for repetitive melee combat and lackluster story.
Like Shadow of Mordor before it, Mad Max sees Warner Bros thoughtfully apply its filmic property to an open world.
Mad Max might be formed from familiar parts of other games, but the car-wrecking, skull-cracking chaos it creates is a rewarding and expansive adventure.
Some of the best car chases in recent gaming memory and a stunning post-apocalyptic world, although when Max gets out of his car he becomes more mediocre than mad.
Mad Max fans may enjoy cruising through the post-apocalyptic world, but the repetitive side activities start to grind
Mad Max is a shallow, forgettable experience
Mad Max offers great car combat and some gorgeous scenery, but with simplistic fighting mechanics and tedious activities, it quickly loses its luster.
An overlong, overstuffed adventure with some nice scenery and decent car combat.
Avalanche's take on George Miller's post-apocalyptic wasteland is replete with striking visuals, basically enjoyable busywork, and not much else.