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Super Impossible Road

WONDERFUL LASERS Inc.
Dec 31, 2017 - PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Strong

OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

80%

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8 / 10
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SUPER IMPOSSIBLE ROAD - Announcement Trailer | PS4 thumbnail

SUPER IMPOSSIBLE ROAD - Announcement Trailer | PS4

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Critic Reviews for Super Impossible Road

Super Impossible Road has a solid core of gameplay, with a racing mechanic unlike any we've seen. The gameplay is fast and tight, and the visuals are astounding. Perhaps most fun in multiplayer, as the career can be a bit of a slog, this is still a unique racing game will worth a look.

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Super Impossible Road is a strong effort and a pleasant surprise.

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While the races are thrilling, the lack of any features found in other racers, such as sliding or braking, prevents you from building skills to master the game. Most times, it feels like you win on sheer luck. Coupled with the fact that the tracks all feel relatively the same, the experience gets stale fairly quickly.

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I feel that many racers start on a high and the more you play, the less fun the game becomes due to its repetitive nature. I don't feel this at all with Super Impossible Road. It is a game that I will always say, "just one more race" and open when a friend is over. The better you become at finding those shortcuts and taking those leaps of faith off the track - and succeeding - the more fun you'll be having with the tight controls in this action-packed, crazy, and striking space racer.

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A visually impressive racer, Super Impossible Road is tough but fair. Randomised levels, frustrating “one more go” gameplay, coupled with a classic PlayStation-era soundtrack, there’s fun to be had here. It’s a bit bare bones outside of its Career Mode, but that is deep enough to keep players going. Or annoy them in equal measure.

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