The weeks go by and look the same and the news is more and more depressing. Fortunately, we can count on the developers of JV to cheer us up, sometimes unintentionally. We watched Fast & Furious Crossroads out of the corner of our eyes because the adaptation of Universal’s pan pan vroum vroum had a strong nanar potential. The game has just been released on PC and consoles and it’s a purge with graphics from another age, a solo mode that loops in 4 hours and uninspired dubbing.
The PC version adds as a bonus a complete lack of optimization and the inability to play the keyboard. Everything is still developed by Slightly Mad Studios (Project CARS), published by Bandai Namco and sold for 60 euros. This is the kind of game that ends up in an obscure bundle and that we loop during a drunken night. But not with friends. With family.