Isolated in its violence, Carmageddon returns to the sarcastic anarchy which populated the late ’90s post-Doom. While there remain too few vehicular combat games (after flourishing some 20 years ago), … 90 more words
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Carmageddon: Max Damage
Developed by Stainless Games
Published by Stainless Games
*Please Note: This Review is of the PlayStation 4 Version*
Carmageddon: Max Damage doesn’t really have too much of a story with the closest substitute to this being that a group of drivers gather together to try and cause as much havoc as possible in Death Races which could result in cars being destroyed, pedestrians being killed or possibly even just a peaceful race. 1,307 more words
Max Damage is back.
Carmageddon first hit the headlines back in 1997 and quickly became one of the most controversial games of its time. With in game carnage that saw you earning points by mowing down pedestrians, or ‘Peds’, animals and wrecking other cars, it was easy to see why this game in particular achieved an almost cult status among gamers of the time and now Carmageddon: Max Damage on Xbox One picks up where the other games left off. 1,115 more words
Carmageddon is a franchise that either made you squirm in disgust or squeal with absolute glee.
It’s been a long time since we last hopped on the road and tore up other death machines and unlucky pedestrians. 1,069 more words