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Welcome to the never-ending season of ModNation kart racing, where creativity rules on and off the track. Get on the starting grid of nearly 500,000 tracks available online or just race in the competitive circuit and compete with new dual analog stick racing and three new weapon classes. And with the new touch controls, you can create a new track in seconds and share it with the rest of the world. Buckle up for an endless ride!
Brand new Career mode Get ready to take on the challenge of 20+ new tracks filled with 3 new weapon classes (Fire, Ice, Earth) for your Kart's offensive arsenal.
Never ending tracks Access and enjoy close to 500,000 user-generated tracks (and growing), from wherever you are.
Introducing ModTraveler & ModMiles Keep connected on the road by photographing your Mod's in exotic locations or earning miles while racing MNR tracks away from home, both of which will unlock rare and unique items to add to your collection.
Race track design in under a minute Access all the new touch-create tools and design, decorate and customize your own tracks for everyone to play in record time.
This review is from: Modnation Racers: Roadtrip PS Vita Games
Pros: -Good level of difficulty -Decent replayability (offline) -Modern graphics -Physics are taken seriously -Customizable tracks
Cons: -No proper online play -Forgettable soundtrack
Other Thoughts: I've played both MNR-RT and MK7. So, this review will mostly be a comparison of the two games since they came out near the same time.
As far as graphics, MNR is one of those games that actually takes advantage of the hardware. In this game you can actually see the individual blades of grass, which actually makes for the interesting driving.
As far as soundtrack, MK7 wins by far. MNR's music is basically filler.
As far as tracks, I found MNR's to be more open. The traps also seem more intense.
As far as AI, I felt that MNR's was more fair. MK7's AI seem to, at times, gang up on you. I also like that in MNR's, all attacks are theoretically avoidable. In MK7, it's a roll of the dice.
As far as controls/driving, I felt that MNR takes a little more skill. I like the fact that you are handsomely awarded for your tricks. In MK7, drifting can sometimes work to your detriment. In MNR, you can also do more while in the air.
The biggest weakness of MNR is proper online play. Unless you're close to folks, it ain't happenin'. It's a real shame since it's an otherwise great game. In this day and age, not racing game should be released without online play, period. Well, at least the game supports trophies.
So, overall, both games have comparable single-player campaigns. Unfortunately MNR-TT's lack of proper online play is a major mark against it.
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