To be clear the issues its sibling had with driver AI inexplicably crashing and taking themselves out of races remains. Making any contact whatsoever with any other vehicle is still an absolute trainwreck. The various surfaces you end up driving on have unusual friction and even on the track at times your car will behave like it is on an oil slick. In addition, the physics of the vehicles when they get hit and go airborne are simply bizarre. On top of that the performance is a bit sketchy with a sort of stutter as the camera moves with your car. The engine below both games needs some serious tweaking and refinement, the behaviors of the vehicles in many cases is just wonky at best. As you may have gathered I’m not at all a fan of Rock ‘N Racing Grand Prix and I absolutely cannot recommend it to anyone as it gets the fundamentals of a racing game so wrong. On pretty well every critical level the game is lacking, provoking more frustration than anything else when trying to play it. This is a game that probably wouldn’t even be fit to be scrapped for parts.
Justin Nation, Score: