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Podsumowując, to kolejna udana gra od Technos. Niezwykle zwariowane dyscypliny i olbrzymia dawka poczucia humoru, czynią ten tytuł szalenie grywalnym. Niezależnie czy jesteś fanem gier sportowych czy nie, polecam sięgnąć po ten tytuł. Świetna zabawa gwarantowana.
Just because Crash ‘N the Boys generally succeeds with its over-the-top story and extreme button-mashing gameplay doesn’t mean the cries for River City Ransom 2 should be ignored. I’m not even sure if Technos is still around, but if they are, they should heed the call. Sometimes there can be what we in the critic community call too much experimentation. In other words, Technos, stop making goofy sports games with your cute beefcake characters and just give us another brawler. Is it so wrong to want to BARF again?!
Crash 'n the Boys Street Challenge will surpass your expectations of what a track and field game is capable of. Although it does take a while to learn and lacks replay value for single player, it can be a great deal of fun to play with some retro-loving friends.
As a party game, Crash ‘N the Boys: Street Challenge could be a blast. It’s designed for trash talking and the raucous shenanigans that occur when four gamers crowd around a TV. If you have someone that’s willing to throw down with you, this is a fun competitive game. Otherwise, you’re better off seeking out Super Dodgeball for your Kunio-based sports gaming needs.