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Xbox OneTrueAchievements (May 06, 2015)
While it may be a little rough around the edges, Coffin Dodgers is a fun and simple racer. The cartoony feel to the game makes it easy to admire while you race around the annoyingly short tracks, and the soundtrack is a perfect light accompaniment. Unfortunately, the game has a few problems that keep it from being great, rather than just good. The lack of online multiplayer in a racing game of this kind is a disappointment, and the length of the story and tracks themselves mean the game is over too quickly. There's still fun to be had here, just don't expect to die laughing.
Nintendo SwitchNintendo Life (Mar 13, 2018)
Combining crazy physics and an even crazier story scenario, Coffin Dodgers has managed to do just enough to stand out from the crowd, offering a decent little kart-racer that should generate a laugh or two. A slight lack of content and a less-than-perfect overall quality prevent it from being something worth shouting about, however, so you might want to consider your options before jumping in with an immediate purchase.
PlayStation 4Video Chums (May 05, 2016)
Coffin Dodgers is a simple racer but its lack of polish and content make it one that's difficult to recommend to anyone except the most hardcore cart enthusiasts who need to own every game in the genre.
PlayStation 4Defunct Games (May 05, 2016)
From the bland designs to the questionable selection of weapons, Coffin Dodgers is one missed opportunity after another. And even if you can get past how disconnected everything is to the general theme, you're still left with an incredibly average racing game with terrible handling and cheap A.I. Grandma and Pop Pop deserve better.