Price at Time Of Review: £15.99
Comfort Rating: Red
Size: 802.82 MB
Best Playing Position: Sitting
Multi-Player: Yes, Up to 8 Players
Age Rating: 15+
VR Shop Score 1/100: 80
Description: Touring Karts offers the following features: Up-to 8 players Online Multiplayer support with no waiting times. 3 Online Game Modes: Unique Daily Cups, Custom Play with your Friends and Random Play. Story-based Mode with more than 500 original challenges (+120h to complete) with collectable prizes. It can be completed in Single Player or Multiplayer Mode. Craft up-to 45 new power-ups by combining the ones you already have and surprise your rivals! Power-ups originally designed to be used in VR can also be enjoyed on non-VR platforms. 3 views to choose that is specifically designed for VR: One free of dizziness, a classic one in 3rd person and the more immersive first-person view. 22 tracks and 30 customizable cars, all inspired in real tracks and teams. * Multiple Controls Compatibility: steering wheels, move controllers, 3dRudder, etc.
Review: While I did feel Touring Karts delivered on speed I did also feel the action was a little…forced. It just doesn’t feel as fun as let’s say Mario Kart or any of the other kart racers this game is trying to emulate. Also, the game doesn’t look quite as polished as I would have liked. But yet, despite all those flaws and a few more I still really enjoyed playing Touring Karts. Its got more than enough content to keep us single players happy and with the multiplayer thrown in this game easily justifies its own price tag. It is far from the best kart game I have played, but it isn’t all that bad neither.