Street Riders Review

Being ported 9 months to the PSP after it was released as 187: Ride or Die, PALGN has come quite unimpressed with the final product. In their own words, “Not much has changed in the transition to the PSP which is a little disappointing. It would have been good if there were a few new additions to the PSP incarnation but unfortunately all that appears to have changed is the title.”

We had earlier shown screenshots showing gameplay. And we had also mentioned that since the graphics weren’t A+, they’d have to work hard on the gameplay. Well, that most probably hasn’t happened.

 It really is amazing how much time can change things. Unfortunately Street Riders just isnÂ’t a really good game. The game is much more expensive than it was when it was released nine months ago and just about nothing has been added as an incentive to get this game. The game features repetitive missions, laughable dialog and a story mode that just isnÂ’t long enough (or interesting enough) to keep you captivated. The name was changed because 187 just wasnÂ’t any good, a poor game is always a poor game no matter what the title is.

Their Score :

  • Graphics – 6.5
  • Sound – 3
  • Gameplay – 4.5
  • Replayability – 5

Overall – 5

Being ported 9 months to the PSP after it was released as 187: Ride or Die, PALGN has come quite unimpressed with the final product. In their own words, “Not much has changed in the transition to the PSP which is a little disappointing. It would have been good if there were a few new additions to the PSP incarnation but unfortunately all that appears to have changed is the title.”

We had earlier shown screenshots showing gameplay. And we had also mentioned that since the graphics weren’t A+, they’d have to work hard on the gameplay. Well, that most probably hasn’t happened.

 It really is amazing how much time can change things. Unfortunately Street Riders just isnÂ’t a really good game. The game is much more expensive than it was when it was released nine months ago and just about nothing has been added as an incentive to get this game. The game features repetitive missions, laughable dialog and a story mode that just isnÂ’t long enough (or interesting enough) to keep you captivated. The name was changed because 187 just wasnÂ’t any good, a poor game is always a poor game no matter what the title is.

Their Score :

  • Graphics – 6.5
  • Sound – 3
  • Gameplay – 4.5
  • Replayability – 5

Overall – 5

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