R.C. Pro-Am II Reviews (NES)

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Questicle.net (Feb, 2013)
Rare went the extra mile and bypassed the conventional two-player mode with a four-player mode. Now you and three friends can race and blast each other into oblivion for as long as you’d like. It’s a wonderful addition, and, dare I say, this might be the best four-player game on the NES. If you struggled with the first R.C. Pro-Am, give this much-improved sequel a chance. Perhaps you too will succumb to the siren song of the remote-controlled car.
A couple of mini games (tug-of-war and drag racing) help break up the action, and since up to four players can share in the zany action, this great racing title can even become a party experience.
Game Players (Jun, 1994)
Give R.C. Pro-Am II the checkered flag - you'll want to keep playing it over and over again.
Definitely a great game, but there are greater. If you really have to have a four-player game, then get this. Otherwise take a look at the others.
Jeuxvideo.com (Mar 08, 2012)
Avec R.C. Pro-Am 2, on tient très probablement le meilleur jeu de courses de l'époque 8 bits. Méconnu, le titre débarque malheureusement dans l'indifférence générale, à l'époque où la NES est en train de mourir. Le titre corrige pourtant la plupart des défauts de son aîné, tout en incluant de nombreuses nouveautés et en conservant cette jouabilité exemplaire qui avait fait la renommée du premier épisode. Rareware utilise toute la maîtrise acquise avec R.C. Pro-Am sur NES, et Super R.C. Pro-Am sorti sur Gameboy pour livrer le jeu le plus abouti de sa série. Un jeu qui n'aura malheureusement pas connu le succès qu'il méritait.
The Video Game Critic (May 01, 2012)
There's little joy to be found in the multi-player, but as a single player experience R.C. Pro-Am 2 is even better than the original.
A very fun update on an old classic.