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Asphalt 4 Elite Racing is potentially one of the best driving games on the DS, although some would say that’s damning with faint praise. Gameloft have set the bar for other developers to aspire to, with a huge amount of detailed gaming squeezed from the 800 points asking price with 28 licensed cars, 8 real-life cities and a decent-sized career mode. The lack of online multiplayer and dodgy touch screen controls are the only significant problems but don’t stop this being a must buy for anyone who’s keen to experience a top quality handheld racing game at a very reasonable price, and doesn't mind using the D-pad to do it.
These few negatives do not bring Asphalt 4 to a halt, though. The franchise successfully drifts onto DSiWare because of visuals that burst off the screen with speed and color and downright enjoyable arcade-racing action. The few hitches, such as a lack of a robust online mode, do not ruin the experience. Instead, it just stops the title a tad short from reaching the upper echelon of DSiWare experiences.
Asphalt 4: Elite Racing is a tremendous value for DSiWare shoppers. For only 800 points, you get a full-featured racer that other publishers would charge full price for as an actual game card. If you've never played the iPhone version, the visual and audio downshifts won't bother you in the least. But the squishy touch controls (if you try to use them) and lack of real online multiplayer will.
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