Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing
Family Friendly Gaming was provided a digital download code for Grand
Prix Rock 'N Racing on the Wii U. This is the strangest racing game I
ever have played. At first I thought it would be like RC PRO-AM, or
Micro Machines. Once the first race started I knew Grand Prix Rock 'N
Racing was vastly different. First off it takes forever to get the
vehicle started. The slow start was like walking through a swamp.
The same slow start happens after getting too close to a wall in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing. I crashed a lot in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing at first. I learned that it is very important to brake, and apply upgrades to the car. In fact the more I played Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing the better I got. Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing moved from a completely miserable experience to a bearable one.
Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing is still a hard game. There are twists and turns in this game that put my skills to the test. Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing also has ten other racers on the track. They can knock you around on the track too. Which was one of the lamest experiences I have ever experienced in a racing game. The graphics in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing are adequate.
I like the music and the sounds in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing. There is Championship, Time Trial, Multiplayer, and settings in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing. I found ten tracks while playing Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing on the Wii U. The controls take some serious adjustments. At least for me. I had all kinds of trouble adapting to them on the Wii U. I learned that going too fast sends me into a wall.
The more I upgraded the car the better I got in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing. I invested my token points in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing early on onto Acceleration since it is one of the toughest parts of this game. Expect to lose mercilessly in Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing at first. The multiplayer puts each family member at the same disadvantage and is better than the Championship mode in my opinion.
I like the look of Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing on the Wii U. I wish it had the same game play mechanics as say Micro Machines. I felt horrible coming out of the gate so slow so often. It was cringe worthy if you know what I mean. I hope to see sequels to Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing in the future. It was a real experience to play and review Grand Prix Rock 'N Racing on the Wii U.
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Wii U
Publisher: EnjoyUp Games
Developer: EnjoyUp Games
Rating: 'E’ -Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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