Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now Reviews

Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now

This software is BRAND NEW. Packaging may differ slightly from the stock photo above. Please click on our logo above to see over 15,000 titles in stock.With a game manual labeled “The Max Damage Offensive Driving School,” you can rest assured that Carmageddon 2: Carpocalypse Now isn’t a typical racing game. Instead of the usual scenario–where the program guides you from one point to the next–Carmageddon 2 actually encourages venturing off the intended course. The goal? To search for power-ups to collect and objects to smash, including other cars, animals, and even pedestrians. Players are awarded special scoring bonuses for knocking out other racers and as many innocent bystanders as possible. Carmageddon 2‘s copious amounts of blood and destruction create a game that’s unsuitable for younger players and the squeamish.

Interplay’s Carmageddon 2, the sequel to the equally controversial Carmageddon, offers the same mayhem as the original and adds a host of new goodies: 33 new cars, 30 expansive tracks, and 90 wacky power-ups (such as “jelly suspension” and “low gravity”). Controlling your car couldn’t be easier, and Carmageddon 2 boasts one of the most realistic physics engines ever used in a racing game–in gamer terms, expect plenty of impressive crashes. With vivid 3-D graphics, explosive sound effects, and an Iron Maiden soundtrack, Carmageddon 2 ensures large doses of mindless fun, but the over-the-top violence and redundant gameplay wears thin after repeated sittings behind the wheel. –Doug Radcliffe

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