Super Street: The Game
With terrible controls, laughably horrible physics and broken features, Super Street: The Game belongs in once place—the junkyard.
Super Street is not a good game. It is borderline irredeemable.
Dull sexism, catastrophic controls, alibi tuning: Racing fans should take a big turn around Super Street: The Game.
Review in German | Read full review
Super Street: The Game is a disappointment in all aspects. Clunky driving, a blurry presentation, generic sound design, boring upgrade options, and mind-bogglingly terrible physics all mash together into one “arcade” racer you're better off avoiding, especially at its launch price of $49.99 USD. Its two saving graces are possessing a decent selection of cosmetic options and split-screen support, but those features do nothing to make this game worthy of a purchase. The game has already been out for over a week, and its online population is nonexistent. The developer has also not issued any sort of patch to fix some of the more glaring issues. If that's a sign of what to expect when it comes to post-launch support, racing fans should look elsewhere to get their tuning fix.
Under no circumstances should you consider buying Super Street: The Game.
It wants to be rival of NFS: Underground, but it is awful racing and one of the worst games of this year.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
All in all then and Super Street: The Game is bad – outdated graphics, outdated gameplay and outdated objectification of women, bad.
Super Street: The Game isn't terrible, but it definitely could have used a bit more time in the oven. Occasionally, you can squeeze some enjoyment out of it, but it simply feels unfinished. If the developers keep working on it, it could be worth a look in the future.
Review in Czech | Read full review
Super Street: The Game is the epitome of decent ideas mixed with bad game design