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Onrush is a different kind of a video game for Codemasters. Onrush is not a racing game. Onrush is a vehicular combat video game. We are part of a racing team that goes against another racing team. It is the blue team versus the orange team. We play in Onrush to get the most points, make it through the most gates, keep the most lives, or control a moving circular zone. It gets repetitive very quickly. In fact I found myself bored with Onrush almost right away.

Onrush tries to be exciting with the wreckcam that shows your vehicle crashing into things like trees. We also can be thrown back into the action if we wind up too far back. This happens a lot unless you are consistently using the boost to keep up. These cars will leave you behind very quickly. There are cars not part of the teams riding around. They are generally cannon fodder for players to get points.

After a race we earn loot boxes that give us different gear, vehicles, clothing, dances, etc. Onrush obviously is trying the Fortnite concept with this. Thankfully no real world money is needed for them. We earn them with every single level up. Which is pretty much after every race in the career mode. The modes in Onrush are Superstar, Quick Play, Ranked, Custom Game, and Training.

The issues I had with Onrush are violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, obnoxious music and more. Onrush looks okay. I had such trouble keeping up, and using the powers. Whether we won or lost had more to do with my computer team mates than me most of the time. I did lose a few matches by running into too many objects. I then learned the repetitive tracks and avoided trees in the next round(s). Onrush has online game play as well as the normal game play.

I was so bored playing Onrush on the PS4. I am very thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of this game after the PR and Marketing representatives failed us 100%. They must have known we would find Onrush boring. They want to stop any reviews that are not making them massive amounts of sales. More of the swamp of corruption in the video game industry. I value Onrush at five dollars brand new.
- Frank


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Xbox One/PS4(tested)
Publisher: Codemasters
Developer: Codemasters
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Violence}

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