Just over a couple of months ago now, I reviewed Super Street: The Game.
Long story short, I thought it was awful. You can read why I gave it 2/10 right here if you want. I really wanted to like it though, as its premise – turning a clapped-out banger into your dream car – was an interesting one. When it was brought to my attention that the game recently received a major update then, I cautiously decided to give it another go. And you know what? I was pleasantly surprised. Super Street: The Game is now a much better game.
I still wouldn’t go as far as calling Super Street: The Game good, let alone great, but it’s now very much playable, which definitely wasn’t the case before. Handling has been dramatically improved, as well as the game’s physics, making all of the events you can take part in much more enjoyable. You can now feel confident that your car won’t inexplicably spin out when taking corners, or take an otherworldly flight when crashing. Even better, the handbrake now actually works.
Thanks to all these gameplay improvements, I found myself starting Super Street: The Game once again from scratch. I completed the first three sets of events, coming first in every race, time trail, etc. thrown at me with minimal restarts. I actually enjoyed myself somewhat, and by the end of it I had a car that would fit right in with a Fast and the Furious movie. Needless to say, I’ll be playing it some more.
If you already own Super Street: The Game and stopped playing it because of its issues, I definitely thinks it’s worth giving it another go now. You still might not love it, but it certainly is much improved. And if you don’t own Super Street: The Game yet, I’m still not sure I can recommend it at its current price, but when it inevitably gets discounted it might be worth a shot.
You can see all the gameplay changes introduced by Super Street: The Game‘s latest update right here.