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Fixed an issue with Airplay output not being aligned correctly on some devices.
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Fully enhanced for iPhone 5.
Get ready for the most exhilarating handheld racing experience! Take control of 30 officially licensed cars, each with unique performance characteristics. Feel the thrill of authentic pack racing action in an incredible 16-car grid – the first on iOS!
PRAISE FOR REAL RACING 2 ON iPHONE
“10/10 …The epitome of iPhone and iPod touch gaming.” – Pocket Gamer, Platinum Award
“4/4 MUST HAVE …Singlehandedly redefines racing excellence on the iOS platform.” – Slide To Play
“5/5 MICE …Real Racing 2 is the most visually stunning, feature-complete racing game for iOS.” - Macworld
“★★★★★ …Easily one of the best games of 2011.” – CNET
“★★★★★ ...Do not miss this game.” – TouchArcade
◆ Get to know meticulously detailed cars including the 2010 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500, 2010 Nissan GT-R (R35) and 2012 McLaren MP4-12C. See the full list at http://firemint.com/r2.
◆ Enjoy well over 10 hours of gameplay in the massive career mode with time trials, head-to-head races, eliminations, single ‘cup’ races, qualifiers and championships. Win races to purchase new cars and feel the difference with performance upgrades that affect handling. Work your way up from rookie to pro, or just jump into a Quick Race for instant fun.
◆ Play wirelessly on your HD TV through AirPlay and an Apple TV, challenge friends to a split screen multiplayer race with Party Play and enjoy enhanced visuals – for iPhone 4S only!
◆ Find out who the real champion is! Enter auto-matched 16 player online races. Meet up with friends for 8 player local WiFi races. Compete on global leaderboards in Time Trials.
◆ Race in 15 beautiful locations, with 40 miles of highly detailed race tracks, speedways and city circuits including twilight and night races.
◆ Choose control options to suit your personal style. Earn the checkered flag with our intuitive and easy to master controls or take things up a notch by disabling all driving assists. Set anti-skid, steering assist and sensitivity, automatic or manual acceleration and brake assist level. Touch or tilt to steer.
◆ Cutting edge graphics and physics powered by Firemint’s exclusive high performance Mint3D™ engine - optimized to push OpenGL ES2 and retina display technology to the limit, and fine tuned for the best experience on older devices.
Start your engines and get into the best handheld racing experience - “Buy Now”, or surprise a friend and “Gift this App”!
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Last year when I reviewed Real Racing, it was the hands down winner in delivering a realistic, eye-popping racer. Since then, a number of racers entered the spotlight, but it wasn’t until Firemint’s Real Racing 2 appeared that I felt driven enough to come back on the reviews circuit. Frankly, I didn’t think anyone could improve on the thoroughly entertaining experience that Real Racing brought to the iPhone/iPod Touch platform…that is, until Real Racing 2.
Often in game reviews, we get lost in the minutiae such as features and numbers of levels, but what really matters is whether the game is fun. Regardless if you’re a hardcore gamer or simply a casual player, Real Racing 2 at its core is all about fun—intense fun. Real Racing 2 is a combination of evolutionary and revolutionary, creating a familiar yet new experience for fans of the first Real Racing, while simultaneously delivering console-quality graphics and racing depth within the Mint 3D engine that would make any gamer salivate. And, for those worried about whether you’ll get your money’s worth, I don’t think you need to worry about that.
Real Racing 2 offers 30 officially licensed cars which by themselves would take up too much space in this review, but to give you a taste, you’ll have a good selection of BMWs Chevrolets, and Jaguars to choose from. Visually, you’ll be amazed at the detail, colors and fluidity of the graphics. By changing views and angles, you soon develop an appreciation for the work that went into Real Racing 2. From the different vehicles to the track scenery, it’s really something to behold with Real Racing 2 as graphics and animation pop off your mobile device. Frankly, it’s the little things that Firemint does so well. Whether it’s the shading and textures that run across your dashboard as you drive under a sign or the smoke from spinning wheels, Real Racing 2 delivers that immersive, all-encompassing experience.
Of the racers I’ve played with on the iPhone/iPod Touch platform, Real Racing 2 probably offers the most variety and content. With tracks based in 15 locations, I felt overwhelmed by the diverse scenery that comes with a good mix of day and night racing. The game has 5 game modes—Career Mode, Quick Race, Time Trial, Local Multiplayer (8 players), and Online Multiplayer (16 players)—and Career Mode by itself should keep the average player engaged for quite a while. With a purported 10 hours of play in Career Mode, I’ve spent about 6 hours (yes, there is a gauge that keeps track) and thus far haven’t reached halfway into the 44 races and 83 races. Of course, time spent will vary based on skill level, but for me, that’s a lot of time spent by myself.
Career Mode is categorized into 5 tiers—Club Division, State Showdown, Grand National, Pro Circuit, World Series—each containing events which are unlocked based on prize money and reputation points earned and car type/engine class. Within each tier, there are 5 events—Cup, Head to Head, Championships, Time Trial Challenges, and Eliminations. Of these, the Cup races and Championships are wholeheartedly what set Real Racing 2 apart from other racers. There simply is nothing out there beyond Real Racing 2 that brings the intensity and fun that you get from racing in a field of 16 vehicles.
Among the many things that Firemint succeeds in is providing a realistic experience. Rubber banding is sometimes an issue with racing games because it takes away from the realism. The AI in Real Racing 2 brings the right level of challenge especially in medium and hard modes, and often, I was losing patience with myself for spinning out or getting bumped off by other cars. Easy mode provides a less chaotic, albeit intense experience with racers that you’re more likely to bump off rather than the other way around.
Physics wise, Real Racing 2 just like its predecessor does a terrific job. Making hairpin turns feels nerve-racking, while slamming into a guardrail can provide quite the jolt. Weaving in and out of traffic just feels real and engaging, and ultimately, that does matter in the overall experience. For the masochists out there, Real Racing 2 includes collision and vehicle damage. Crashing into other cars or sideswiping guardrails will not only slow you down, but create some havoc to the appearance your vehicle. Side mirrors and bumpers will show visual damage and even fall off if you’re not a careful driver, and you will see sparks as you careen into a guardrail. This is one area I wish Real Racing 2 would have gone more overboard visually in terms of adding more smoke and engine fires, but again, that is a matter of taste.
Depending on your finish, you unlock additional tracks and earn points and money to purchase cars and customize them. From changing the color and wheels on your vehicle to boosting the engine and handling, there are plenty of ways to customize your vehicles. All of this is managed in Pitlane, which also provides access to cars bought and sold and allows for transactions to add new ones to your collection. Under Profile, you can view your racing stats such as races won, money earned, and achievements accomplished. Real Racing 2 includes 27 achievements covering milestones for rank and money to completion of the perfect race without damage.
Firemint set the bar last year with Real Racing, and sets the bar even higher with Real Racing 2. This is one fine action-packed, full-featured racer that hits you over the head with eye-popping graphics, counterpunches with a ton of content and responsive controls, and slaps you with an immersive racing experience. You want your money’s worth? You’d be hard pressed to find another racer that does just that like Real Racing 2 does.
What can I say about this game? In a word: AWESOME!! Firemint wowed me when I played the original Real Racing (which is even better now that you can play against up to four people), but Real Racing 2 is even better!! I was taken by surprise of the best graphics I've seen on the iPod!! It rivals that of the PS3!! The cars have much more detail, and now you can customize them, which is what you couldn't do on the original. In addtion to the Volkswagen cars, you can now choose from McLaren, Ford, Chevolet, Nissan, Lotus and Jaguar. I just wished there was the Bugatti Veyron in there!! However, sometimes the sound doesn't work. After the trailer, the game falls silent, and I have to exit the game and start again. This fixes the problem, but there may be some sort of bug that was probably overlooked. Other than that issue, the game works well on my 2nd Gen iPod Touch, except the replay, which is kind of choppy, but I give Firemint credit for making the game run on all versions of the iPod Touch. I highly recommend this game for all the racing fans out there!!!
this is a fantastic evolution of the original. this is substantial upgrade, and the new game is very grown-up. great racing simulator.
Game is pretty tight with some nice graphics, but not worth $10...
Here are some of the problems currently:
- Low frame rate on iPhone 4.
- Multitasking causes game to lose it's audio most of the time.
- Vehicle upgrades are hardly noticeable, if at all.
- The beginning career mode difficulty is unforgiving, assuring no replay value.
- Can't turn off car damage, so I hope you enjoy your rear bumper hanging all race long.
- Can't use your own music while playing.
- 2 minute screensaver turns on after the first lap due to no button presses for this game.
The game is basically a mini handheld GT5 with little-to-no modification & only 30 cars.
Worth $4.99 but that's about all.
Two words: Wow. Wow.
Just like GT5!
Car are more difficult to control
Amazing replay graphic!!!
Should have called it Real Buggy!
Why would they ask me to rate this app? That was the wrong choice. Perhaps they figured they would get glowing praise since they are high off their initial Real Racing release and it's goodness. But these bugs are unacceptable, and shows that they rushed it for Christmas.
1. SOUND—hardly ever works. Can't even lock phone or answer a text and it disappears. Sometimes launches fresh with no sound. Ridiculous!
2. CRASHES—not as often as the sound issue, buy still annoying. Though crashes do tend to resurrect the sound after relaunch, ironically.
3.) LAGGY—especially online, even on WIFI. I'm using an iPhone 4 and even it has a few problems. Also paired up against supercars while driving a little hatchback. Lame.
Gameplay: mostly driving on rails unless you change the settings, which most people are unlikely to tinker with. Especially hard to use manual controls with the less grippy cheap cars. In addition I hadn't played any iPhone racing games in awhile, but consider myself proficient. Even I had to drop back to easy, which quite often is still fairly challenging. Probably due to needing steering help on the crappy cars. Probably will bump up the difficulty again when I get some better cars.
Lastly some nitpicks. Cars can hardly be upgraded or customized. Also having my bumper hanging off because of the morons behind me rear ending me all game is pretty annoying. At least make it fall off or something instead of flapping in the wind forever.
Basically this game is a bit rushed. While I feel like Firemint will eventually fix these bugs because they are good devs, I can't recommend it in it's current state. They got a little greedy in pushing this out the door early. But it happens. Just fix it! After these initial good reviews wear off from all the people who are fans that have been awaiting it's release (I'm a fan btw), I'd expect them to run a sale after an update to spur sales. So wait on this one!
iPod Touch 4G
iPod Touch 2G
Both crash on startup!
I loved Real Racing 1. It had been my favorite game on the iPhone since the day I bought it. Real Racing 2 blows it away in every way.
The graphics in the new game look amazing and everything just feels more realistic. Even the scale of the tracks feels better, making the old game feel like a toy. The handling of the cars feels right. I love all the cars on the track. I just can't say enough good things about this game.
I did experience the bug that makes the game have no sound, but restarting the game took care of that and I have had no issues at all since then.
If you love racing games at all, this is a must buy. I would gladly pay $20 for this game and still feel that I got my money's worth. I love it.
crashes when i start up a race. Either fix or give me my money back.
I almost never buy an app over $2. This game is an exception, and I welcome it. A little buggy, but still very great. It even runs well on a 3G.
I experienced the sound bug initially but managed to get the sound working and have been nothing short of impressed. Wish we could get a MINI in there in addition to the bimmers.
They already worked on the lagg and matching system, in 24 hours, amazing. Now 5 stars!
Online multiplayer matches my VW Jetta up against BMW's, Mclarens, and all other super cars. Also, the lagg and frame rate in multiplayer is pretty bad. It's buggy, but I know Firemint won't abandon this game.
Excellent gameplay, great graphics, two thumbs up!
this game is unbelievable wow best $10,00 ive spent on this store
Still reading? Way better to be playing the game.
Had some problems with no sound at first. Turn off the intro in the settings menu, then re-boot worked for me.
No nit-picking here. This is the funnest racing game I've ever played on any platform. A little glitchy, but I'm sure Firemint will correct with updates.