The drivers' portraits in Reckless Racing 2 tell a sad tale. These drooling bumpkins and greasy villains are a dash of the redneck personality that themed the original, but in Reckless Racing 2 they're kept on the sidelines. The country tunes get a trendy remix, the ramshackle jeeps and jalopies of the original are now sleek sports cars, and what on earth's happened to the drifting?
The drifting is changed significantly from Reckless Racing, initially at least, and this affects everything.
There are many types of racing games (as detailed by shigzeo’s The App Store’s Best Racing game article) – some more hardcore and realistic, while others for more casual and leisurely gaming. Regardless, it’s difficult to argue that... Read Post
When the original Reckless Racing, hit the App Store in the fall of 2010, it captured the hearts of gamers with its over-the-top arcade physics and its silly backwoods theme. But, after such a long development cycle and so much buil... Read Post