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WindowsImperium Gier (Mar 26, 2005)
Jednak jest jedna wielka zaleta tej gry – można poszaleć motocyklami, które do tej pory oglądaliśmy jednie na szklanym ekranie – wspomniana Black Widow, Comanche czy Tool Bike. I choć wolałbym sam chwycić za manetkę, to ceny tych maszyn stawiają je daleko poza moim zasięgiem. Czy jest sens polecać komuś American Chopper? Tylko, jeśli cierpisz na niedostatek wrażeń z jazdy na dwukołowcach, ponieważ nie jest to produkt, którego można by się spodziewać po zachęcająco brzmiącym tytule. A wielka szkoda.
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WindowsPC Action (Dec 09, 2005)
Vater und Sohn Teutul, die kultigen Motorradschrauber aus der RTL2-Serie American Chopper, knattern mit ihren abgefahrenen Feuerstühlen jetzt auch über die PC-Bildschirme. Allerdings lediglich auf Englisch und kurioserweise nur per Tastatur - die Zusammenarbeit mit einem Gamepad verweigert das Spiel konsequent. Im mit pixeligen Zwischensequenzen verunstalteten Story-Modus fangen Sie als Neuling in Teutuls Bike-Shop an und erledigen selten dämliche Aufträge.
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WindowsPC Games (Germany) (Dec 26, 2005)
Seit kurzem knattern Vater und Sohn Teutul, die normalerweise in der RTL2-Serie American Chopper die abgefahrensten Motorräder aus den Schraubenziehern schütteln, auch über die PC-Bildschirme. Allerdings nur auf Englisch und per Tastatur - das Programm verweigerte konsequent die Zusammenarbeit mit einem Gamepad. Auf kultigen Feuerstühlen heizen Sie das ganze Spiel über kreuz und quer durch die frei befahrbare Spielwelt und liefern sich viel zu einfache Rennen mit konkurrierenden Bikern. Die kantige Grafik ist technisch auf dem Stand von vor drei Jahren und die träge Steuerung per Tastatur Frust pur. Kaufen Sie sich von dem Geld lieber die witzige DVD zur TV-Serie.
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PlayStation 2GameSpot UK (Dec 22, 2004)
A team in St. Petersburg, Russia, developed American Chopper. This may explain why, for instance, a mission to drive from Montgomery, NY, to Albany takes you through what appears to be Florida, or why another part of NY looks exactly like Death Valley. This disconnection between source material and final product extends to the game design, which completely fails to capture any of the show's appeal. American Chopper is a classic example of a game that seems to have little purpose other than cashing in on a hot license.
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XboxGameSpot (Dec 20, 2004)
It's possible that there's a great idea for a game buried somewhere in the Discovery Channel's hit reality TV show, American Chopper. Each week the Teutul clan--Paul, Paul Jr., and Mikey--scream at each other while working against the clock to design and build a custom chopper. If there is a decent game to be wrenched out of that concept, however, Activision's American Chopper isn't it. Lacking both the volatile charm and the compelling technical details of the series, it's little more than a halfhearted racing game with some guest appearances by characters and locations you've seen on TV.
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WindowsGameSpot (Jan 04, 2005)
It's possible that there's a great idea for a game buried somewhere in the Discovery Channel's hit reality TV show American Chopper. Each week the Teutul clan's members, Paul, Paul Jr., and Mikey, scream at one another while working against the clock to design and build a custom chopper. If there's a decent game to be wrenched out of this concept, however, Activision's American Chopper isn't it. Lacking both the volatile charm and the compelling technical details of the series, it's little more than a halfhearted racing game that features some appearances by characters and from locations you've seen on TV.
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PlayStation 2GameSpot (Dec 22, 2004)
It's possible that there's a great idea for a game buried somewhere in the Discovery Channel's hit reality TV show, American Chopper. Each week the Teutul clan--Paul, Paul Jr., and Mikey--scream at each other while working against the clock to design and build a custom chopper. If there is a decent game to be wrenched out of that concept, however, Activision's American Chopper isn't it. Lacking both the volatile charm and the compelling technical details of the series, it's little more than a halfhearted racing game with some guest appearances by characters and locations you've seen on TV.
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PlayStation 2GameZone (Dec 29, 2004)
American Chopper's controls are as choppy as they come. They're so bad the game borders on being unplayable. Steering is neither smooth nor realistic nor tight and arcade-like. It's hard to define how the game steers, except to say that it's awkward and not at all what you'd expect from a driving game.
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XboxGaming Target (Feb 23, 2005)
For all of AC’s problems, the game still does a few things right. One smart idea Activision/Creat Studios did was making this game simple enough for anyone to pick up and play, even if the controls don’t handle too well at times. Another thing that stands out here is that if you are to copy any game out there at least it was Grand Theft Auto minus all the car jacking, freedom, and fun. Unfortunately even at its discounted price, American Chopper just doesn’t do the hit TV show justice with its generic graphics and basic races. Although it has a few good points about it, the game ultimately fails to be even above average.
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XboxTeamXbox (Dec 13, 2004)
The game doesn’t succeed in a way that will have gamers sitting on their couch day in and day out yearning to speed around town on their newly earned chopper. While the bike selections are lengthy, the customization is shoddy at best, and the gameplay will have players reminiscing of Grand Theft Auto a bit too much. When you can play GTA why play this? It is too much of a departure from the hit TV show and will leave fans feeling slighted.
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PlayStation 2PSW (Playstation World Magazine UK) (Nov 29, 2005)
This should have been all about building gleaming choppers with custom paint jobs, but it's little more than a half-arsed bike racer.
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XboxXboxAddict (Dec 16, 2004)
Mediocrity seems to be the overall summary of American Chopper. I would have to say that overall this game was a big disappointment. True American Chopper fans and die hard motorcycle enthusiasts may be able to get more lifetime out of this game, but too the casual gamer, American Chopper does not deliver the goods. The game is a mish mash of already existing titles that seems to have been hastily thrown together to feed off the popularity of the television series. Playing this game for more than an hour is a truly challenging task. I am really disappointed that more time and effort was not put into this game seeing the potential that the OCC franchise has shown to casual bike enthusiasts. At least this game has one bright spot, a 29,99$ retail price tag.
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I have come to identify with the Teutels through their show and find them to be decent, caring, talented and occasionally volatile, human beings. It's a shame that this game does not commemorate their contributions to both the motorcycle industry as well as the entertainment industry. Anybody for ice cream?
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XboxJustPressPlay (Mar 02, 2006)
Just stay away, If you like racing games, there’s severalout there that are a lot more fun and entertaining, this game is just awaste of money and time, for one thing there’s really nothing new,innovative or anything the least bit entertaining in this game. Go outand rent or buy something else, unless of course you’re related to theTeutuls, or you have stock in Activision.