||How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be
||How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.)
||The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines
||How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
|Sound / Music
||The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition
|Story / Presentation
||The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed
|Overall MobyScore (38 votes)
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Sergey, we tip our hats to you for creating the best game ever made.
What was Stellar Stone thinking when they gave the go ahead to release this game? Do they have any quality assurance at all? This game is an embarrassment to them, as well as the people who produced it. Their website claims to “ provide our clients with best of gaming technologies and cut their development expenses, allowing them to concentrate on product rather than on technology hustles of development.” Looks like nobody concentrated on the product on this go around. I don't know what kind of money there were going to lose if they gave the game more development time so they could crank out something of even middling quality. People say PC gaming is dead, and games like this are starting to prove that. I wouldn't recommend anyone to buy this game, but it seems like the game is getting sales anyway by people reading all of these reviews to find out if the game is really that bad. In that case, buy it for curiosity and give the open box to someone you hate.
Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing is one of those rare pieces of work. Not only is it almost completely broken and blatantly unfinished in nearly every way, but even if it weren't, there's so little of an actual game to be found here that it would still be terrible. Big Rigs is a game so astoundingly bad that it manages to transcend nearly every boundary put forth by some of gaming's absolute worst of the worst and easily makes it into that dubiously extraordinary category of being one of the most atrocious games ever published.
I’ve never played a game like Big Rigs. It’s a racing game, with trucks. You may first think that it’s simply an 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker rip-off. If it tries to be, it’s not. Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing is honestly one of the worst games in all of history, for a variety of reasons that make themselves clear from the moment the game is started. I thought I knew what I was in for when I started up the game, because I’d read all the reviews for it beforehand: many calling it the worst game ever made. I was terribly understating the pain I was about to endure.
Big Rigs : Over the Road Racing fait presque pitié : il est sans intérêt, très court, moche et buggé. A essayer seulement pour rigoler un bon coup et voir ce qu'est un vrai mauvais jeu.
Wow. That about sums it up. Big Rigs: Over the Road Racing simply makes me say, “Wow.” Yes, I am in awe at this spectacle before me, but not because of some jaw-dropping graphics, not because the game is addictingly entertaining, rather because I simply cannot believe that people are charging others to install this garbage on their PC. Big Rigs is quite simply one of the worst games you will even encounter.
G4 TV: X-Play
Morgan Webb describes it as "the worst game ever made", and was featured on the shows segment "Worst game you should never buy". The show could not rate this game, because their system does not go below a 1.
January 19, 2004 was a day most other people in the US would spend celebrating with their family and friends, as it happened to be Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. I had to work, but that wasn't the only unpleasantness that this day had in store for me. Also waiting for me was a friend...or so he claimed. I had no reason not to trust his clever friend disguise until he handed me a box and said, "Here, try this. Bet you've never played anything like it." "Truck Racing?! Everyone knows you can't beat All American 18 Wheeler and Art Truck Battle 1 and 2," I responded. "Oh this will beat it..." he cackled, "Only not in the way you're expecting! Muahahahahaha!"