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Jimmie Johnsons Anything With An Engine

 

 

SCORE: 60

 

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Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine is probably the most crude, and brash kart racing game on the Xbox 360, Wii, and Playstation 3. That is saying quite a lot. I can barely figure out where to start with Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine. The idea of turning a lawn mower into a racing machine is interesting. So is the recliner. But a toilet? A bomb? A bath tub? I don't need to go any further. The vehicles in Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine are the most bizarre of any racing game.

The first shocking thing I noticed about Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine (aside from the vehicles) is the attire of the female announcer. She looks like a prostitute. I can not think of a tactful way of saying it. The violence in Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine is fast and furious. Weapons are used to disassemble your opponents. If you can make the pits then you can repair the damage. The computer controlled characters are extremely aggressive.

I expected some crude humor from Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine. This is sort of like that Redneck Jamboree. Expect characters with certain stereotypes to be accentuated. I was not expecting the bad language. There are words in Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine that I do not use as an adult. I do not want children talking that way. Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine also contains sexual innuendo.

The shining star saving grace of Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine is the replay value. That is if you can stomach all of the content issues. Four family members can play Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine. There are leaderboards, online play for up to eight players, and game content downloads. Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine includes achievements for those that like to earn meaningless badges.

Most racing games start out easy, and progressively become more difficult. Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine starts out hard, and then gets insanely difficult. There is a tutorial that teaches the basics of the game. I was able to succeed at that. Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine does throw a lot of different kinds of races at the player. My issue is the game is too hard. Ultimately only hardcore gamers need to apply. And even they will get frustrated.

The 3D support on the Xbox 360 and Playstation are nice touches for Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine.

I am baffled as to how Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine earned an 'E10+' rating. With all of the content issues, Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine is easily deep into the 'T' for Teen rating. I learned bad attitudes, women are sex objects, and to destroy everything in my way to get to the top. Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine could be a training module for CEO's in corporate America.

There are some really good ideas in Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine, and it could have been a really good game. Sadly there are too many anti-family issues. Add into the mix an extremely difficult kart racing game, and Jimmie Johnson's Anything With An Engine turned into a disappointment for me.
- Frank

 

Graphics: 52%
Sound: 59%
Replay/Extras: 81%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%
System: Xbox 360/Wii/PS3
Publisher: Konami
ESRB Rating:
‘E10+’ - Everyone 10+
{Alcohol Reference, Crude Humor, Language, Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence}

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