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Fast & Furious Showdown will be used as a poster child for the belief all movie based games are bad. Fast & Furious Showdown is a movie based game. It is also horrible. Not all movie based games are bad. Just ones like Fast & Furious Showdown. Players are forced to participate in all kinds of criminal activities in Fast & Furious Showdown. I smashed so many cars that I personally did away with the theory of planet overpopulation.

Fast & Furious Showdown encourages gamers to go out in the bad looking environments and to trash things. This involves other cars, police officers and those you may be competing against. That is if you are racing in that chapter. Some chapters involve other things like stealing, or killing off police officers. The most evil, vile, and wicked things you could ever imagine doing.

The bad language helped drag Fast & Furious Showdown down further into the gutter. Adding on to that is sexual comments, bad attitudes, and offensive music. Fast & Furious Showdown gets in your face and mistreats you until you finally respond.

The list of problems in Fast & Furious Showdown is growing. Time for me to put another shrimp on this bar-b-que. The controls can feel loose at times. Especially at high speeds. Some races are nearly impossible to complete due to poor graphics, and poor controls. None of what we do in Fast & Furious Showdown is any fun.

Families will want to flee from Fast & Furious Showdown. I am surprised this got a ‘T’ for Teen rating instead of the ‘M’ for Seventeen and Older Only. The dark subject matter, destructive environments, and disobedience are strong in this home console game.
- Mark


Graphics: 30%
Sound: 40%
Replay/Extras: 45%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: PC/Wii U/PS3/Xbox 360(tested)
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Firebrand Games

Rating: ‘T’ - Teen
{Mild Language, Violence}

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