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Out Of Eight
H-Craft Championship has an interesting driving model, that’s for sure, but it only goes so far. The game is short on the special features: while it comes with a good number of tracks in the championship mode, H-Craft Championship lacks an editor and online play. The game also throws you right into the action with no driver assists or many walls to prevent you from plummeting to your doom. The superhuman AI doesn’t make things any easier. In the end, H-Craft Championship is so difficult that it will ultimately only appeal to hardcore driving fanatics.
HCC runs smoothly, and has enough variation in game styles to keep gamers interested for a little while. Having said that, after completing the Championship, there will be little need to keep playing. The graphics and sound, although not top notch, (and probably not the next notch down either) do an adequate job. Simple controls mean that anyone can start playing without any fuss. For a first up effort, Irrgheist has done well enough. With a few adjustments here and there (which I’m sure will come sooner or later) HCC and indeed, the small independent developer can only get better. H-Craft Championship is now available (via digital download) from the Irrgheist website.
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