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Worth Playing (Sep 04, 2002)
This game is everything that I have ever wanted in a demolition derby game. Although some seem to think this game is less than stellar due to some graphic errors, the lack of different sounding engines and the plain menus, I laugh at them, for they are truly missing out on a great game.
82 (Jul 31, 2002)
Reinsetzen, Gas geben und den Gegner ins Visier nehmen. Draufhalten, Nitro zünden und zerstören! CRASH macht schlichtweg Spaß und sei jedem Arcade-Fan wärmstens empfohlen. Simulationsfans sollten den Zündschlüssel jedoch besser gar nicht erst umdrehen.
Armchair Empire, The (Oct 03, 2002)
Aside from the inexcusable loading times that totally drag down the Totaled gameplay experience and a short single-player mode, the game’s multiplayer action, decent control scheme and level design make Totaled a better than average title for destruction derby fans not seen in a video games since, well, Demolition Derby. If you are planning on taking advantage of the multiplayer carnage of the game, Totaled is worth buying at its bargain price. But if you only plan on taking Totaled for a single-player spin around the block, then a rental may be the best initial option.
71 (Aug 28, 2002)
Im Kern ist Crash ein Spiel, welches dem Urahn Destruction Derby alle Ehre macht. Interessante Variationen der hinlänglich bekannten Blechschlachten machen auf Anhieb Spaß und die Fahrzeugmodelle sind außerordentlich gut gelungen. Aber die vergleichsweise leblosen Umgebungen und vor allem die exorbitanten Ladezeiten machen das Spiel zu einer Tortur für Mensch und Maschine. Ohne diese Makel hätte sich Crash ohne weiteres zu einem echten Geheimtipp für Zerstörungsfanatiker entwickeln können, so aber sollten sich nur Spieler mit viel Geduld an die Blechorgie heranwagen. Es kann doch nicht so schwer sein, auf der Xbox die Ladezeiten zu optimieren...
GamePro (US) (Jul 17, 2002)
And yet, despite these faults, you'll find yourself wanting to unlock all 12 tracks, eager to see what the paint jobs are for all dozen hot-rods and curious to know just what other gameplay modes the programmers could have possibly come up with. You can overlook the faults, especially if you're playing with friends, to get to the fun. It's worth renting Totaled! to see for yourself.
GameZone (Aug 22, 2002)
As much as I like this game, again despite it's shortcomings, I know that this isn't going to be for everyone. I would recommend that you racing and demolition fans out there owe it to yourself to at least rent it and give it a try. If you are more of a straight "racing only" person, you may not like what you find here ... but you never know. Even at $29.99, rent before buying.
The Next Level (Sep 24, 2002)
Overall, Totaled! is definitely an entertaining game. Although there are problems, the game provides enough fun to overlook them. The shallow single-player experience is best played in short sessions; but add a couple friends to the mix and you're in for a smashing good time.
IGN (Jul 23, 2002)
Despite all of the action and destruction that can be found in Totaled!, it's hard to get excited about playing this game. While it isn't all that horrible, you might want to pick up Crazy Taxi 3 before you pick up Totaled!.
50 (Jun 21, 2002)
Un titre qui déçoit par son cruel manque d'intérêt et son manque d'innovations. Son action est bien trop répétitive, les arènes pas franchement originales et les défis peu motivants, passez votre chemin.
Gaming Age (Oct 25, 2002)
Smashing up cars is fun, there's no doubt about it. So smashing up cars with up to four of your closest friends must be more fun, right? Not necessarily. At a retail price of only $30, Totaled! would have been worth it for the multiplayer alone. The graphics and play are good enough to entertain and create a reasonably competitive atmosphere. But they aren't good enough to wait around for, and the load times literally suck all the fun out of the game. Unless you plan on playing a round scrabble between each game, stay away from Totaled!
GameSpot UK (Jul 27, 2002)
Totaled! falls short on all fronts, but the exceptionally bad physics and gameplay rob the game of any hope of being something worth your time.
GameSpy (Sep 26, 2002)
Totaled! had a chance to be a good, cheap title for the Xbox. With an MSRP of only $30, it sadly only achieved the cheap part. It's easily worth a rental when you've got some friends over, but the single-player experience leaves a lot to be desired. Totaled! isn't as horribly bad as it could have been, but it's a below average game in almost every respect.