Street Outlaws: The List

GameMill Entertainment, Team6 Games

Weak Man
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33
Top Critic Average
Based on 3 critic reviews
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Street Outlaws: The List

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Based on 3 critic reviews
Weak Man

OpenCritic Rating

33

Top Critic Average

Based on 3 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCOct 22, 2019
Xbox OneOct 22, 2019
Nintendo SwitchOct 22, 2019
PlayStation 4Oct 22, 2019
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Developers: GameMill Entertainment, Team6 Games

Genre: Racing

Fasten your seat belts and take a ride inside the world of American street racing in STREET OUTLAWS: The List! From a custom street rod to a race-ready farm truck, the vehicles - and their drivers have one thing in common: the need for speed. If you’re not on “The List,” you don’t matter. The “List” contains the 10 fastest street-racing cars in Oklahoma City and they are the best of the best. Not only will these guys do anything -ANYTHING - to get ranked on this list, they’ll do whatever it takes to stay ranked. - Race popular cars from the TV Show - Hundreds of customizable car parts - Split screen local multi-player - 4 modes – Drag racing, Challenges, Tuning and Quick Play

Street Outlaws: The List Critic Reviews

Street Outlaws: The List brings to the Nintendo Switch a gaming experience based on the Discovery Channel programme of the same name and for that very limited purpose of illustrating the show on a gaming format, it has a certain appeal. Unfortunately it has very little use outside that segment of the audience and with its bland and dull experience and very dated visual environment, Street Outlaws: The List adds nothing relevant to the driving games available on the Nintendo Switch.

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Street Outlaws: The List might not be the worst racing game currently available, but it comes pretty close.

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The most difficult thing about Street Outlaws: The List is trying to find a reason to play it. Depending on the event, the controls range from serviceable to terrible, with a physics system that doesn't make sense. The lack of real challenge is offset by the overall length of the game, which seems far too long for what's being offered. Between the underwhelming presentation, a clunky but bare-bones menu, and lack of gameplay variety, even superfans of the show will find it tough to stick with this game for a significant amount of time.

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