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In the end, Crazy Frog Racer 2 is a waste of time. Even as a budget title, it's not worth the money. There are plenty of halfway decent low-priced PS2 games out there, so don't let curiosity get the better of you, even if you are a fan of Crazy Frog. Just stick to the music albums.
I could go on, but summing up Crazy Frog Racer 2 is easy. It is every bit the lazy cash-in that everyone expected it to be. Released just in time both for Christmas and the release of a new Crazy Frog album, it’s broken in the most important places and just plain dull or irritating in the rest. You want to buy something nice for your kids to play on their PS2? Get them a copy of We Love Katamari, and help stave off the apocalypse for just a few more seconds, aye? Don’t insult your kids’ intelligence with this crap. They deserve better.
(Jan 18, 2007)
Most truly awful videogames usually throw up some kind of content-related plus point to touch upon by way of light relief to the flow of dirge, but sadly the only content plus point evident in Crazy Frog Racer 2 is that there isn't much on offer and its all over so blessedly quickly. So, ultimately, this reviewer didn't have to waste too much of his passing life in order to bring this overtly delivered diatribe to your attention - though it is time I'll never get back. I can only apologise that you too have unnecessarily wasted valuable moments of your existence reading through this review to ascertain a viewpoint you had no doubt predicted from the off: Crazy Frog Racer 2 is an astoundingly poor title that represents all that is putrid and rotten about the tsunami of franchise/licensed/tie-in dross that continues to sweep across the industry...and it'll probably sell an absolute bundle.
Daube tu es, daube tu resteras. Ma chère grenouille, ton avenir est ailleurs que dans le jeu vidéo et nous te serions particulièrement reconnaissants de te retirer avant d'inciter involontairement des violences incontrôlées à ton encontre. Nos rires se transforment en moqueries et pourraient bien finir en colères si tu insistes une nouvelle fois. Vade Retro petit être !
Crazy Frog Racer 2 is an example of mass-marketing gone insane, churning out toys, ring tones, albums, hit number one singles (what has our society come to?) and videogames for absolutely no good reason. Yes, it looks okay and, yes, it's just about competent, but with less-than-mediocre gameplay, no sense of speed, bad vehicle handling, lame power-ups and very limited modes, only a few samey racetracks and two naff mini-games, there's simply no reason for this piece of tat to exist. Your kids might be entertained for a couple of hours, but you'll have made Eric Wernquist that bit richer and none of us want that now, do we? So please, please don't bother - if your kid likes Crazy Frog that much then put him in a dark room with Axel F playing over and over again, and in a couple of hours I guarantee he'll never want to encounter The Annoying Thing again.
Having endured Crazy Frog Racer 2 for its entirety, it is quite easy to say that the game falls short in every way possible. In general it feels clumsy. Though it boasts a whole host of different modes in both the single and multiplayer game, as well as a variety of extras, including the ability to watch the two previously released music videos as many times as is necessary, in general it all feels far too much like it’s been thrown together in an attempt to squeeze the final drop of milk from the long dead and buried Crazy Frog cash cow. If Crazy Frog fans actually exist, then it may provide some kind of bizarre entertainment for the hour or so it takes to finish championship mode. For the gaming majority, paying somebody €20 to run you over is probably more productive than playing this game.
Moche, pas maniable, capable de faire regretter à Dieu d’avoir fourni des oreilles aux hommes, Crazy Frog Racer 2 fait partie de ces daubes à éviter absolument. Si vous avez 15 € à dépenser, achetez un bon jeu budget, mais surtout pas CA.