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Table Top Racing: World Tour

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Based on 17 critic reviews
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Available on:PlayStation 4May 3, 2016
Xbox One2016

Developer: Playrise Digital

Genre: Racing

Table Top Racing: World Tour is the brand new, high octane, combat racer from Nick Burcombe, co-creator of the legendary PlayStation® classic, 'wipEout'.

Get behind the wheel of 12 ultra-cool, fully tuneable miniaturised racing cars and take on 20 race tracks through a comprehensive 'Championship Mode' and a multitude of 'Special Events'. Use 'Power-ups' and 'Wheel Weapons' and blast your way to victory! Battle with 8 players online to become the ultimate Table Top racer!

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Table Top Racing: World Tour (Out now on STEAM, PS4 and coming soon to XBO)

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6 / 10
Jim Hargreaves

What we’re left with is a competent arcade racer that plays just as well as it looks. However, wrapped around this refined core is a layer of overly familiar tracks that do little to sell players on TTR’s core premise. Weaving in and out of humongous aerosol cans, dinner rolls, and sushi platters is a fun novelty but fails to add a dynamic worthy of praise outside its obvious aesthetic application. Although very enjoyable in small doses, Table Top Racing: World Tour doesn’t carry quite enough substance to make it past the finish line with flying colours.

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Windows Central

If the idea of racing pint-sized cars around on gigantic-looking tabletop tracks sounds like a good time, you'll probably get more than your money's worth from Table Top Racing.

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The Games Machine

7.8 / 10.0
Claudio Todeschini

Table Top Racing: World Tour is not a bad game per se, but it lacks the "spark" we felt playing classics of the genre like Re-Volt or MicroMachines. There's a lot of content to go through, tons of events and championships to win, but at the same time there's lot of repetitiveness, and the AI-controlled cars can be real jerks. The biggest flaw, however, is the lack of a split-screen multiplayer mode.

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Mark Delaney

Speeding around colorful tracks launching missiles, dodging oil slicks, and earning coins is something we've seen countless times in the past, but TTR gets most of it right so it still feels like a race worth winning.

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