Death Track: Resurrection is a racing/action title that takes players into a post-apocalyptic, not-too-distant future where traditional sports have been replaced by far more violent entertainment. The main event, The Survival Race, is a deadly combat racing tournament that draws the world’s best drivers to compete in spectacular road battles with powerful, weapons-laden hot rods. Gamers will drive, battle and try to survive in races that take place in twisted future versions of the planet’s biggest cities.
Combat racing across post apocalyptic versions of 10 major cities: Bangkok, Vatican City, London, Moscow, New York, Paris, Prague, San Diego, Istanbul and Tokyo. Destructible environments add to the chaotic destruction surrounding each race. 10 powerful car models, customizable with multiple weapons, upgrades and paint jobs.
Thrilling suspense story drives the single-player narrative.
Tracks are what makes Resurrection so memorable. It’s hard to forget battles on the decaying streets of once-beautiful cities. Forgotten, overgrown San Diego, rainy Bangkok, mysterious Prague, snowbound Moscow...These places look fantastic.
This is a game that has a definite Jekyll and Hyde personality that doesn't make it a horrible game, but it doesn't make it a great one, either.
Surprisingly a good action racing game that excels in graphics, atmosphere and plenty of enjoyable tracks. All fun is gone when you realize that the makers forget to add a multiplayer option. [Apr 2009]
Hard to recommend, as it doesn't really do anything especially well. [Aug 2009, p.79]
This car combat racing game provides some high speed fun, but numerous frustrations and a lack of online play put the brakes on.
Death Track: Resurrection is an outdated, dismal driving experience that does nothing but embarrass the combat racing genre.
The whole thing is an abomination. [Aug 2009, p.73]
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