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By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Poor car-combat game with light overtones of discrimination.

Game Windows , Xbox 360 , Xbox One 2013
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There's not a lot to like about this exclusive downloadable game for Xbox One. The live-action short movies that punctuate levels clearly are meant to be funny and outrageous but come off as lazy, dull, and -- thanks to some unimaginative stereotypes -- perhaps even a little offensive. The action, meanwhile, is downright dreary. Aerial melee combat is mostly a matter of button mashing, and shooting the exact same vehicles over and over again on the ground is pretty much the definition of repetitive.

Add on a heaping helping of bland artistry -- this is probably the ugliest game currently available for Xbox One, with highways filled with flavorless cookie-cutter cars and achingly dull scenery -- and you have a game with very little to recommend it. Close your eyes and pick an Xbox One game at random, and it's bound to be a lot better than LocoCycle.

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