This is the best game I have ever played so much action and violence I am addicted to this game keep up the good work
Make an earn to die three please
So let me get something straight, the second game has you grind SO much just to get one upgrade, for example to get the M4 on the mustang its $5500 and on the second course
on the minor upgrades (lvl 2 armor, lvl 3 engine/transmission etc. etc.) and other than that I
like absolute CHAOS games (bloons TD battles bullet hells etc.) and the first game is an absolute
chaotic game, for example when you get to the army HumVee things turn into absolute CHAOS.
But other than that this is kinda a review about both of the games so yeah both games 9/10.
And Not Doppler please take action and add like gold bars to the game, for example 500 gold bars could be used to fully upgrade a vehicle, so yeah if you see this Not Doppler, please do this.
It’s not bad I mean the first ones better ........
By Thankful Tammy
It’s not that bad I mean .I think the first one was better. but this one it’s it’s it’s a little bit harder because I mean you have to finish the level to get onto the next car but it’s it’s also fun because there’s gas stations and that makes it a little bit easier I mean it’s also kind of making me mad that like when you change the tires it doesn’t look different when you like when you like teen stuff it doesn’t look different but I mean it’s still fun but I really like the first one better because I mean it’s just better it’s just more fun but this one’s gonna be fun because I mean I’m only on the first level in first get second gas station I only made made it one yeah station so I’m pretty excited to go like pretty much halfway across the country and I mean it’s gonna be fun but this is just my first review to start🚘🧟♂️🧟♀️🧟♂️🧟♀️🧟♂️🧟♀️ first ones better keep that in mind.
Way too linear
This game does nothing to reward you for a good performance. The mechanic of driving is clean however your performance has little to no impact on how far your rig travels. There is no element of getting better as a player aside from buying more upgrades. Once you’ve spent hours grinding to get every upgrade then you clear the level. What’s the point in even driving if there are no hopes of clearing a level unless I have every upgrade? Once you complete a level rinse and repeat because the game doesn’t let you carry forward your fully upgraded rig. Sure the ice cream truck will be better eventually but let me run my old rig until I have enough for the new rig to reach parity. Further, let me take my new rig back to a prior level, what’s the fun in having a fully loaded rig if you only get to use it once? Let me dominate a prior level with the new fancier setup. Not worth your money. No reward just grinding.
Hi I’m done with the game I still play it but I have the best car and I want more cars and I love your game it’s amazing and plz add more cars have a nice day
All you have to do is hold the gas. Never let off, never steer. You can beat the game this way, pretty boring and repetitive. It would be nice if it required a bit more user input.
To grrrrr angery
The game has carefully designed levels with their own special cars and upgrades to help defeat it, I defeated the first few levels in about a day, so it’s fairly easy to win, but not too easy. I admit, it does make you grind, but that’s because they don’t make money if people don’t play the game! This doesn’t force you to buy money, end of statement.
How can you mess this up so badly?
The game looks and plays beautifully. It’s mechanics superb. It could have been something great...
Yet... it quickly becomes super boring. There’s nothing you can do here but drive, run out of gas, upgrade, start over and repeat. No skills needed whatsoever. So boring!
The first one was better.
I really liked the first Earn to Die game, this version was disappointing. You can’t skip upgrades like you could in the first one. You basically have to max out each car to get to the end of a level. You get so little $ each run that you have to do the same segment over and over to the point that it’s boring.