Lots of content, lots of cars. I love all the game modes, keeps it fresh. I only play in 3rd person so I haven't played anything in isometric view but 3rd person feels more fun. Once you get a feel for the car handling it is fun. The only thing is the extreme aggressiveness and cheap enemy spawns are too common when they just appear in front of you.
10 people found this review helpful
To start, why is this game isometric??? It makes it so hard to differentiate between driveable surfaces, walls, pits, hills, etc. Pako 2 has a perspective camera and it is so obviously better if you switch between the two. The addition of new modes doesn't mean much when the game is nearly unplayable due to the camera. Pako 2, looks better, has adjustable resolution and has a way better aesthetic all around, especially when it comes to car selection.
23 people found this review helpful
Stoked to see another one of these! Lots of new stuff compared to its predecessors. More game types, not just the same ol cat and mouse thing. Although, I feel like there's way too much topography going on for an isometric driver. I keep driving off cliffs I don't see. It's hilarious! Also, no brake? I know Pako Forever didn't have a brake, but this game plays so smooth and runs so quickly, I think it would be a valuable tool at every drivers disposal. Needs a few tweaks, but it's the best yet
8 people found this review helpful