Video review: The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift

Shaggy August 14, 2008 0

With this review the only new game I have left to review at my arcade is House of the Dead 4, which I haven’t done yet because it has been giving me problems (the right gun will reload every time you pull the trigger and the TV keeps turning itself off at random) which I will hopefully resolve soon.

Anyways here is Drift, which came out in 2007. I had to go with the kit as opposed to the dedicated version due to budget constraints but I have to say that it was easy to install and it has been worth it. There still are some little things I need to fix on the Crusin’ cabs I have, such as the left seat which constantly shifts back and forth with the slightest force applied to it. But it has been a solid game at my arcade with consistent earnings despite the minor things. Here’s the video below, like usual recorded in HD but downgraded to youtube quality.

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  1. Molloy August 14, 2008 at 7:33 pm - Reply

    I played this for the first time a few weeks ago. It’s certainly not boring anyway. At least there’s a little over the top silliness to it. There are too many bare bones modified street racing games out there in the past 5 years but this one feels more like a San Francisco Rush type of game.

    The only criticism I’d level at it is the graphics are very rough in places. Maps like the San Francisco one can look very cheap in places too because if you miss a jump you sort of just slide along the gap with loads of sparks, as if there wasn’t a gap there at all. The game definately feels a little unfinished. I think they would have been smarter to have half as many tracks and spent more time polishing them.

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