CSR Racing 2
NaturalMotion’s CSR Racing 2 is the first game that the company has produced since becoming part of Zynga was worth the wait.
It was announced in the operations for a while and then in soft launch for quite some time as well. It turns out that CSR 2 is still drag racing, and it’s visually remarkable and offers faily enough gameplay improvements that it should easily hook everyone who adored its predecessor and a bunch of new fans to boot.
What’s new in CSR Racing 2?
1- Different story:
The game has come with a framework that’s more or less the same as of the first game. However, it follows a different story, which gives a reason to be drag racing through some elegant scenery, making your way up the ranks through five progressively more difficult groups of opposing racers.
2- Beat the Boss:
Go ahead the boss a fourth time in a special competition and acquire his or her ride to exercise in the next tier of races.
3- Automotive Variety:
In-between races, there’s a continuous cycle of self-improvement of the automotive variety. A total of seven different parts of each car can be upgraded to a total of five stages, meaning there’s almost always a way to make your car run even faster.
4- Added level of strategy:
A new level of strategy gets into the play with a tuning system, allowing the player to sacrifice acceleration for more raw speed. This can be important for the half-mile races that the game occasionally throws at you.
5- Wide-variety of cosmetic enhancements:
A wide range of cosmetic boosts is also achievable. These boosts/enhancements include paint, custom liveries, rims, and more. A freshness bonus reward – an every week look changer for your vehicles – is something to get even more creative.
6- Eye-catching visuals:
NaturalMotion has provided CSR Racing 2 with lighting and reflections, which are eye-catching. This ensures that your phone or tablet will have enough oomph under the hood, as you can even open the doors, trunk, and hood.
7- Advancing mechanics:
Gone are the systems of lights from CSR Racing, as they’re now replaced by a zone on the tachometer at which you need to keep the needle in the green. It’s the approach used by other games in the genre, and it works well.
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If players take to it, CSR Racing 2 could show off as the rare sequel that improves upon the original in every sense.
CSR Racing 2