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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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Real people, real cases, real - no wait, that's Judge Judy. Gear.Club Unlimited is real cars, real, err, that's about it. Everything else is quite bland and unremarkable. Outside of the successful transition of the freemium-style progression of mobile games to a fully priced racer.

Because yeah, Gear.Club Unlimited is essentially a port of a mobile game. And not exactly the triumphant debut of a realistic racing game for Nintendo's latest console.

The issues with Gear.Club Unlimited are many, but ultimately come down to the fact that it’s essentially a supped-up version of a mobile game – repurposed for Nintendo’s latest console.

This means races generally take only a minute or two to complete, progression is a little grind-y in the sheer number of races on offer, and visually it’s a far cry from Forza on the Xbox 360. Yeah, outside of the serviceable car models this isn’t going to impress. And where playing games like DOOM or Mario Kart 8 shine in handheld mode based purely on the fact that they can be played that way, Gear.Club Unlimited doesn’t look any different to any number of mobile racers available today.


Click Here to Read Our Full Review of Gear.Club Unlimited

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Jayman
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They're trying to sell this for $70... LOL

This should be $15-$20... And I still probably wouldn't buy it.
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