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Such limitations aside, SkyDrift is a polished and fluid product. It’s bright, good-looking and technically impressive, and it’s a great example of a game playing to its strengths without losing sight of a coherent creative blueprint. Put bluntly, if you’re looking for an accessible, feel-good multiplayer extravaganza at an affordable price, SkyDrift should be near the top of your shopping list.
Controls and lonliness issues aside, I did enjoy most of my time with SkyDrift. It's a well-produced budget racing game with a wide variety of racetracks, and a nice change of pace that doesn't involve dragons or terrorists. Just make sure to try the demo first to be certain you can handle the control weirdness.