The Dukes of Hazzard: Racing for Home

aka: Sherif Fais-Moi Peur
Moby ID: 3188
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Boss Hogg is foreclosing the farm. Bo and Luke are the prime suspects of the robbery of the County Bank. Then there's these strangers in town looking for trouble... Can Bo and Luke get themselves out of this mess? Three levels of difficulty, over 40 stunts you can perform, and a whole lot of racing going on! Features voices of the original crew.

DoH is a 3rd person arcade racer where you take the General Lee and drive all over the place, dodging Rosco P. Coltrane (the sheriff) and Dep. Enos Strate and advancing the plot.

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Average score: 51% (based on 33 ratings)

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Average score: 2.8 out of 5 (based on 18 ratings with 1 reviews)

Not bad, considering

The Good
When I played RFH, I had high hopes. "Hot diggity, a Dukes of Hazzard game. YEE-HAW." All of the cars I love are in this game, Dixie, Jesse's pickup, and also the absolutely beautiful General Lee. The General is surprisingly easy to drive. The missions are mostly "Get from one place to the other in the General Lee whilst avoiding the Hazzard constabulary, or the bad guys" which is fine by me. All in all, I liked the game, however.

The Bad
As I said, the General Lee is easy to drive, the other cars you get to drive however (Boss's caddy, for example) are all over the road. There is one set of missions, in particular, that really started me growling. The car (which was Jesse's moonshine runnin car, Black Tillie) would not stay on the road for nothing. The absence of quite a few of the original cast lending their voices to the game doesn't go unnoticed either.

The Bottom Line
If you truly enjoyed the Dukes of Hazzard, go with Daisy Dukes it Out, or maybe Return of the General Lee. If you kind of enjoyed the show, or just saw the movie, go for it. Play this game.

PlayStation · by Goldeneye (8) · 2006

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Game added by Kasey Chang.

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Game added January 31, 2001. Last modified March 26, 2024.