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There are in app purchases that range from $1.16 - $15.06 per item for purchasing in game currency, something that is usually found in free to play games. Sadly this is an upfront paid game that has a price of $2.86, that still wants users to spend even more money on the game after they already bought it. See More
The developer Hello Games built Joe Danger from the ground up for the mobile platform which allows for a better design to the touch controls than a port would have allowed. Considering how many ports Android receives, it is refreshing to see a developer that makes an effort to create a worthwhile game for Android instead of the easy cash in of a lazy port. See More
Sadly Jet Car Stunts 2 forces online authentication to verify the users in app purchase, which is the full unlock of the game. So if there is no internet connection, even though the game has been payed for the content will not be there to use. See More
Users can tune and customize their cars to their liking. This makes for a great way to change how a car drives to make it control more to your liking. There are two different drive modes available for each car, Drift and Grip. Drift allows for a more loose driving that makes for an easy way to drift around corners and curves. Grip is a more controlled experience where the car is more stable on the road. Besides these two options users can customize many other aspects such as tire pressure or breaking power. See More
There is a good mix of races on the map that players can choose to compete in. Traditional races, drifting events as well as Gymkhana events ensure that the layer will never get too board with doing the same thing over and over again. Which is a good feature for a racing game as many tend to do only one or two things. See More
The game looks quite good. All races take place at night or dusk/dawn, making for great lighting on the tracks with good reflective lighting as well as wet roads that look quite sharp. There are also little jaggies to be found when using anti-aliasing, which makes for a very smooth looking game as well. Everything about the graphics speaks to the polish that the game is trying to display, and it exceeds any expectations on the graphics front overall. See More
Being that the game is always online, there will be many players on the map that can be interacted with by joining their crew or just flat out racing anyone at anytime. This aspect of the game is quite fun and players can spend hours not even bothering with the story section of the game by just hanging out with friends and racing. Once a crew is joined players can race as teams as well, so this gives a nice group competitive aspect to the game, where everything is not so competitive but requires cooperation. See More
Much like Burnout or Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, Need for Speed features open-world gameplay wherein the player can pick or choose which races they would like to compete in by driving around the map to certain markers. This makes for a more realistic environment due to the fact that you can just drive around to anywhere you want. The open world is loosely based in Los Angeles and is a good sized map for plenty of exploring. See More
Besides racing, there are multiple game modes available such as "Follow the leader" and "Shooting Gallery". These different game modes help add variety and avoid making the game feel stale. This way, if one section of the game becomes too frustrating, you can just jump to a different section in order to switch it up a bit. See More
Can be hard at first but once you get used to it, it gets better anad better. But the most important feature is there are ZERO ads! :) When you buy your first car remember this: buy only one and it must be the right one bc you'll be playing with it for a long time. The best first car to buy is Crown Victoria due to its high torque (N.m.). See More
Being that this is a port of a mobile game, it lends itself well to quick play sessions, as that is what it was designed for. It is also pretty accessible to newcomers, as it is not all that entirely tough and the controls are pretty intuitive. All in all a solid game for those looking game is short bursts or introduce to non gaming players. See More