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Seaside Driving Review - GamersHeroes

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The camera in Seaside Driving will do all it can to irritate you, despite the fact that the game is intended to be relaxing. This relaxing trip is everything but relaxing, and it will force you to return to Outrun.

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A journey down the shore is always in vogue, especially when infused with a synthwave vibe. With their new 80s racer Seaside Driving, Frozen Lake Games and Tendokore want to satisfy your chill demands. Should gamers go on this journey?

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This never-ending driver stays true to the genre’s origins. Players will travel down a road as long as possible in one of nine automobiles (each with its own speed, handling, and acceleration). The sky (or, in this instance, the road) is the limit, with the entertainment coming to a stop whenever the players collide. This may range from an unexpected bump from a rock to a plunge in the ocean – the possibilities are endless.

Seaside Driving’s control method, however, can’t seem to find itself. Similar games like Outrun and Slipstream have found a niche by offering very basic control methods that need some skill. Seaside Driving lays forth the fundamentals – everything is controlled using the arrow keys, with the exception of braking, acceleration, and steering.

Driving, on the other hand, is an entirely other scenario.

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For starters, it’s simply too simple to fishtail. With hours of Ridge Racer under our belts, we’re accustomed to some wild driving. However, it may often seem as though the vehicle is careening out of control, with no obvious means to keep it on the course. Because there is limited room for mistake, one misstep might be the end of your race. There are other oil slicks to be aware of, each of which has its own cooling procedure. We’re not sure why this was added, but it’s definitely not a welcome feature.

The camera setup just exacerbates the situation. There were moments when the camera would place our automobile in the bottom right corner of the screen, with nothing but open highways in sight. Because you can’t see your character when this occurs, the game becomes almost unplayable at these times. It’s a game of chance as to where the camera will take you next, which should never happen.

Players must earn coins along the way in order to unlock the whole garage and all five courses. Getting everything may take a long time, particularly when the higher tier things cost up to 9,000 coins. There are magnets that can be picked up to bring the coins to you, but this would have required some balancing.

The camera in Seaside Driving will do all it can to irritate you, despite the fact that the game is intended to be relaxing. This relaxing trip is everything but relaxing, and it will force you to return to Outrun.

Seaside Driving was reviewed on a computer. The game was downloaded from the internet.

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Posted by casey-scheld on May 19, 2022 in Game Reviews

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