The Grand Tour Game
Top Critic Average
Publisher: Amazon Game Studios
The Grand Tour Game is an episodic racing game from Amazon Games based on the hit Prime Original series, The Grand Tour. Featuring seamless transitions from clips of the show to gameplay, plus original voice acting from the three hosts, The Grand Tour Game is infused with the show's trademark humour and irreverence.
New episodes of The Grand Tour Game will be released weekly during Season 3 of the show, capturing cars, challenges and iconic locations, including the show’s signature Eboladrome test track.
Now the fun doesn’t have to end when the show’s over—in fact, it’s just beginning.
- Ever wish you could get behind the wheel with Clarkson, Hammond, and May from The Grand Tour? Now it's your turn!
- The Grand Tour Game is an episodic racing game from Amazon Games based on the hit Prime Original series, The Grand Tour.
- New episodes of The Grand Tour Game will be released with every show episode of Season 3, capturing cars, challenges and iconic locations.
- Featuring seamless transitions from clips of the show to gameplay, plus original voice acting from the three hosts.
- Four-player split-screen multiplayer mode delivering over-the-top gadgets and constant replayability.
The Grand Tour Game Announce Trailer
The Grand Tour Game - Seamless Transitions
The Grand Tour Game Official Gameplay Trailer
You can skip through the video elements, using R1 for the ‘Clarkson button' and L1 for the ‘James May button'. When you press either, you can hear a little catchphrase from each presenter. So, if you are skipping forward, Clarkson portentously shouts “Come on” or “Hurry up”, whereas while rewinding, May proclaims “Now, wait a minute”. A little nod to each on-show persona. If you've not seen episodes of The Grand Tour, especially if you don't have Amazon Prime, this is a great way to watch the highlights.
As a game, there is no getting away from the fact that this is just an extremely basic arcade racer which pales alongside some of the bigger and better-known racing franchises. But as a way of delivering new and episodic game content, and merging TV and video games, it is quite innovative and really works.