Almost after a month since it’s debut on iOS, Real Racing 3 has finally landed on the Play Store.
Normally I don’t hate games unless they are riddled with push ads or pop-ups but there has got to be a time when you hate a game which you actually want to play. And this is definitely one of them.
Forget the In-App purchases, I am sure you might have read about them by now. Let’s take a look at the graphics and the gameplay.
The game’s graphics are no where close to what we have seen in the screenshots. I played it on my Nexus 7 and its absolutely horrid. Take a look at it yourself.
So what are the screenshots for? Just to fool us? Let’s compare them hands on,
Check out the two screenshots below, notice the mirror? I am not getting the mirror reflection at all.
Screenshot from RR 3’s Play Store page:
My Nexus 7:
Their Time Shift Multiplayer lets you race against opponents even if they are offline, which basically means you get to beat their best time when you play. This game cannot be played without an active internet connection. It will notify you that it needs to download zero mb of data and ask you to activate a network, failing which the only other option is to exit the game.
The game itself has various modes for you to race in, such as Speed Mode, Normal Race, etc. It is quite good but you need a good car to perform well and make sure you don’t get it damaged or you will have to get it repaired.And those will take a hell of a lon time or cost you IAPs.
You will need to download around 700 mb of data and need to have at least 1.7GB of free space on your device.
Here is video trailer for the game: