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Ce jeu est donc en demi-teinte avec du bon, mais aussi du mauvais. On s'attendait à mieux sur Game Boy, bien que cela reste jouable et intéressant. A voir avant d'acheter.
If this one had cruise control, you'd probably turn it on and leave. For its sheer number of races, LAC may be worth the price of admission, but veteran races may find that it's just middle-of-the-road racing action.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
I love going fast and Lamborghini Challenge has the speed most Game Boy titles dream of obtaining. Unfortunately, Game Boy's oldest flaw is here as well. The blurring is really bad. The cones, it that's what they are, are nearly impossible to see. However, it plays decently. My biggest complaint is the sound. It sounds like an air raid siren and it gets all the dogs in the neighborhood howling. Still, one of the better racers.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
The depth added by betting on races, improving your car, and choosing different locales for races is certainly a welcome feature. Unfortunately, the racing component itself isn't particularly challenging or well done. Lamborghini American Challenge could prove to be mildly diverting, as long as you're not looking for a real "Challenge," and you turn the sound down.
Trotz all dieser Spielereien kann das Game nicht begeistern. Das liegt vor allem an der müden Grafik, die keinen Geschwindigkeitsrausch aufkommen lassen will. Der Hammer ist jedoch der Sound. Euer Lamborghini hört sich an wie eine Nähmaschine an der Starkstrom-Steckdose. Leute, spart Euer Geld!