The horrendous announcers on the radio stations will jolt you out of any notion of relaxation with a lightning bolt of irritation directly to the eardrum, and the shaky online connectivity means it's a little too common to see another player's car appear straight in front of you like some marauding Halo Elite. In all fairness, though, it's cruel to downplay TDU2's online connectivity. The whole car MMO concept is a little bit of a stretch, but nonetheless having your island populated by real drivers is interesting, just as it was in the original. Flashing your headlights at another driver and instantly initiating a race is something you literally cannot do anywhere else, and is a perfect way to break up the action.
Test Drive Unlimited 2, Gameplay, Racing, Simulation, Quality, Race