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N-Zone (Dec 01, 2003)
Bezüglich der Strecken wäre mehr Abwechslung definitiv wünschenswert gewesen. Allerdings fällt es gerade dadurch Einsteigern sehr leicht, ihre Boliden gut in den Griff zu bekommen. Die Steuerung ist simpel und die Fahrzeuge reagieren schnell und recht präzise. Für Jüngere oder Gelegenheitsspieler der perfekte Einstieg, für Profis hingegen ist das Spiel keine große Herausforderung!
Patzten Lego in der Vergangenheit mit ihren Spielen, ist Drone Racers eine Überraschung. Grafisch und akustisch gibt es kaum etwas zu mosern. Mit einer etwas ausgefeilteren Steuerung hätte das Spiel die 80 Prozent durchbrechen können.
IGN (Oct 01, 2003)
Drome Racers captures the essence of the LEGO racing world pretty well. The cars look great, as do the environments. Almost everything about it stylistically matches up to the license. The game's graphics engine is pretty solid and everything moves at a pretty quick pace. Add in the weapons and you've got quite an action-oriented racer.
55 (Oct 02, 2003)
Les jeux de course futuristes ne sont pas légion sur GameCube. Mais même si le titre de ATD joue la carte du fun, il est bien en deçà, en terme de jouabilité et de plaisir de jeu, de Wipeout Fusion sur PS2. Reste une bonne durée de vie mais ceci ne fait pas tout, malheureusement.
GameZone (Sep 28, 2003)
Drome Racers is geared at kids, but as any hardcore gamer will tell you, everyone wants the same thing: quality. Age has no bearing on that. Drome Racers fails to live up to LEGO’s high-quality standards. The wonderful blocks still hold a special place in my heart, so I can understand if you want everything you own to bear the LEGO brand name. But get your racing game fix elsewhere. This is a bearable rental for the most extreme LEGO fanatics, but it is not at all worth buying.
GameSpot (Oct 08, 2003)
It's hard to say exactly when Legos started copping an attitude. Regardless of when it happened, though, there's no question that the Lego people have worked tirelessly to create an edgy image for their brand of interlocking toy building blocks. If you're looking for proof, look no further than Drome Racers, a futuristic racing game that uses actual Lego Racer-brand car designs. Why, exactly, Drome Racers came to be, and why Electronic Arts waited almost a year after the release of the PS2 and PC versions to bring it to the GameCube, isn't quite clear. One thing is for certain, though: Whether you fondly recall building little medieval castles and moon bases with your Legos, or this is your first exposure to the brand, Drome Racers probably won't leave you with a very glowing opinion of futuristic racing games or the Lego brand.