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Old 02-17-2020, 11:15 AM   #1
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Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Review: Budget Dirt Racing That Gets More Right Than Wrong



After a departure from 704ís NASCAR Heat series, Monster Games found a new partner and a...

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Another game I don't have time to play but will probably buy.* *I lived in Knoxville IA for a couple years in the 60's and the man who ran the track was a teacher and football coach at the high school.**

Now I live in CoMO and used to go to the same gym as Carl Edwards.**

I wasn't a Tony Stewart fan but this is exactly the kind of game I'll be attracted to.**
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Re: Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Review: Budget Dirt Racing That Gets More Right

Nice review but I disagree about the cautions. I have had cautions come out from time to time that I had nothing to do with. I did notice when I had my race length set at 25 percent that there were no flags but once I set my length to 50 they happened. For the price point I was not expecting much from this game but I have lived all my life in a town known for sprint car racing ( Port Royal PA) and picked this up because of that and I have found this game to be a very pleasant surprise. I am having a lot of fun with it.
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Re: Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Review: Budget Dirt Racing That Gets More Right

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Nice review but I disagree about the cautions. I have had cautions come out from time to time that I had nothing to do with. I did notice when I had my race length set at 25 percent that there were no flags but once I set my length to 50 they happened. For the price point I was not expecting much from this game but I have lived all my life in a town known for sprint car racing ( Port Royal PA) and picked this up because of that and I have found this game to be a very pleasant surprise. I am having a lot of fun with it.


Thatís good to hear - I hope I see some, and glad others have. So far though - only cautions have been from my own doing - 20 plus hours playing the game


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Good fair review.

Itís a great game for me.

Iíve had cautions that werenít to do with me though. A few.

Donít regret purchase and Iím almost at the end of my first season in career mode
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Re: Tony Stewart's Sprint Car Racing Review: Budget Dirt Racing That Gets More Right

Monster Games didn't depart 704's Heat series.... They are still the developer.
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Monster Games didn't depart 704's Heat series.... They are still the developer.


They are gone - NASCAR Heat is all developed in house now down in Orlando - I just spoke with the site manager last week. Thankfully they found a new IP here though in collaboration with TS


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Good fair review.



Itís a great game for me.



Iíve had cautions that werenít to do with me though. A few.



Donít regret purchase and Iím almost at the end of my first season in career mode


Def a solid game that conjures up images of Dirt games in the past - really happy overall with it


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