While Grand Touring & Co. try their best to pack more and more vehicles into the garage, Take 2 and Euytechnyx go the opposite way: instead of e.g Ford Racing Limiting Empire to just one manufacturer is minimized a notch further – in Ford Mustang do you only drive models of exactly this vehicle type. At least 40 pieces from 1964 to the present come together, with which you can do your rounds on over 20 slopes in seven US metropolises. Depending on the game mode, you race against three CPU opponents, a friend (in split screen), complete torso slaloms or undercut time limits. Those who skilfully drift around corners collect style points to unlock initially locked Mustangs.
That doesn’t sound particularly exciting, and gets to the heart of the matter: the cars and surroundings look decent despite a few stutters, but because of the strangely spongy steering and the unspectacular slopes, the dry events soon become bland – andFord Mustang to the backbencher in the genre.
Monotonous racing game with acceptable technology, but few routes and mediocre physics.