Oh for the love of...grow up, ONM. I've been lucky enough to receive SASRT a day early and it's an impeccable racing game bursting with creativity and ambition. The track design is wonderous, the fanservice of the IPs tremendous while still adhering to people who aren't familar with them and the idea of one flaw being a mode that is 'interminable' is ridiculous. Are you telling me you hate content that lasts you a good long while and you just want to rush through your games? The mode isn't repetitive at all IMO. As a gamer, I want something I can constantly go back to, and this game really looks like it's top notch for that stuff from what I've played so far. I can't understand why you would put it down as a flaw. Not to mention the multiplayer has a ton of options and some of the weapons are very creative such as the Bee Swarm and the Hot Rod Motor. If you look beyond 'oh that homes in so it's clearly a red shell' you'll realise you're wearing tinted glasses, albeit not of the rose kind.
Honestly, I can understand you have a different opinion and I respect that completely, but there's stating an opinion and then there's just refusal to admire the good qualities. I'm fed up of this constant bias. You haven't compared it to Mario Kart but I can imagine the review for this will have constant finger pointing and every sentence will feature it. Yet when TTT2 comes out there won't be any references to say Dead or Alive Dimensions despite it being of the same genre. I'm done buying this magazine. It used to be wonderful and a great reading experience for me, but now you've sadly fallen victim into the hole many reviewers find themselves trapped into. Bias.
Thank you for reading this and the good things you have provided to me as a reader over the years. I wish you better critics in the future than you were to this game.
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