OutDrive has spent the last couple of days at the top of the popular release gaming computer game chart, and it only costs a few of your time to complete the game. What could possibly go wrong?
More about the game
OutDrive is a non-based or recessed, truly endless driver. Billed as an “aesthetic experiment” with an emphasis on music, it looks very beautiful and sounds even nicer. You ride to keep a woman alive, and if you don’t use the Cyberpunk Boost-O-Tronic Lifepod often enough, she doesn’t have enough air, blood or carburetor fluid or anything else and she will die.
You drive, you drifted. It’s all. The level rarely changes and never ends. A lot of great games turn it into a popular Steam section, despite being relatively unknown. This is not one of them. It has interesting ideas (the plot is transmitted almost completely through the gameplay, a smooth soundtrack that responds to your performance), but they are attached to a weak core.
It is also worth noting that two other, more attractive “driving” games of the 80s, Drift Stage and Power Drive 2000 are on the way from other developers. Some Steam users believe that OutDrive ripped off the latter, and although I don’t think any assets were stolen directly, you have to admit that there are some rather glaring visual similarities.
OutDrive is, however, a different type of game with a different story, so this is not necessarily the tedious job of cloning. Perhaps it was just too inspired by games like Power Drive 2000. Despite this, OutDrive is not very good, and this should be reason enough to stay away.
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