Thursday, July 5, 2012

Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad PS3 game review

In Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad, players race four-wheeled, 800-horsepower offroad race trucks with tons of options, as well as a wide load-out of vehicle classes including Rally Cars, Pro Buggies and Pro Lite Trucks. Eight-player multiplayer boasts dynamic interactions between all competing vehicles so players can see and feel the impact of mid-race collisions. Career mode follows Jeremy’s bid for the Pro2 championship within the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. Utilizing 2XL Games' XLR8 engine, Jeremy McGrath Offroad takes place inside a persistent game world that presents challenge after challenge at 60 frames per second in crispy 1080p.

Retail Graphics and Presentation at a Digital Price: With a crisp, full 1080p HD presentation, 5.1 Dolby Digital surround sound all delivered at a buttery smooth 60 FPS, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad offers a level of audio and video immersion typical of AAA racing titles but at a fraction of the price.

Upgrade Your Rig: More than just an arcade racer, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad features some deep RPG elements as well with four categories of vehicular upgrades and an experience-based leveling system. Take names on the course to improve your rig to fit your exact needs and driving style!

Prove Your Prowess: Take the race to your friends with up to eight other racers online – secure bragging rights with real-time statistics tracking and deep online leaderboards.

Dynamic Environments: Environmental obstacles, such as breakable fences, falling trees, massive rock slides and more, you’ll have to be quick with your thumbs to avoid disaster on the tracks.

Name Recognition: Featuring arguably the sport’s most well-known champion, Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad is the definitive offroad title and the only game featuring seven-time Supercross champion Jeremy McGrath.

Official Licenses: Put the pedal to the metal with fully-licensed vehicles, including rally cars, spotsman VW buggies, trophy trucks and more!

You can get this game from PSN, XBLA and it is only $9.99 (800 MSPoints)


I don't play racing games often but Jeremy McGrath's Offroad I did enjoy playing . I like the graphics and the sound. I had the volume control on our sound system pretty low but you can still hear everything very well ofcourse it is being sold at a good price. I mean not many good new games are only $9.99.

Now the bad... unfortunately there are only six tracks in all and there isn't much variations in vehicles.

Personally I like this game even with just the few tracks because I don't play racing games much  but if you play a lot of racing games then you might not enjoy this because of the lack of tracks and vehicles you might now like this game.  But really for $9.99 I think it is good.

*The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation*


  1. I agree with the author. This is a fun game and well worth the $10 price.

  2. I agree with the author. This is a fun game and well worth the $10 price.