- Summary: Dakar 18 is a simulation of the world-famous annual rally raid organized by Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O.) in South America, and features visuals and many vehicles including motorcycles, cars, trucks, quads and SxS.
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Sep 29, 2018Dakar 18 is a game that accurately depicts rallye-raid and it's focus on navigation rather than speed. It's highly recommended for fans of this genre of race, but feels incredibly tedious for regular gamers. moreover, the game lacks polish and has bugs in abundance. Proceed with caution.
Oct 5, 2018Dakar 18's execution is terrible. The considered navigation system finds itself undermined by a co-driver I have no faith in. Handling is stiff and the world around you is struggling to keep itself in focus. There are moments of fun to be had when you barrel through dunes and palm trees but they remain moments. It operates on a very thin line and, all too often, that line breaks.
Oct 2, 2018Dakar 18 has plenty of good ideas and has managed to capture what makes the interest of a rally raid like the Dakar. Unfortunately its deficient performance in terms of sensations is causing it great harm. This will only be bearable for true motorsport enthusiasts and this particular kind of event. The others will remain stuck on a rigid animations and a technical realization globally below the average.
Sep 29, 2018If everyone was stupid as a user of Rijoloco there would be no games! Because all the big studios once started as small and therefore deserveIf everyone was stupid as a user of Rijoloco there would be no games! Because all the big studios once started as small and therefore deserve support and even more so for a courageous step to the game of Dakar 18. Such a game was not 20 years old and as the first big game of this studio is the first part really great !! Of course, there is always something to improve, but the graphics are open to the super world and the gameplay is also good.Roadbook is great and nothing similar in the market is not !!… Expand
Sep 30, 2018The guys from Bigmoon have ventured into the unknown and that's why they deserve our recognition. They are the first to have created a raidThe guys from Bigmoon have ventured into the unknown and that's why they deserve our recognition. They are the first to have created a raid videogame, with an open world of virtually unrivaled dimensions and with a professional navigation system that follows the rules of the FIA and ACO. The ambitious project, nevertheless, needs to polish several edges that do not enjoy the splendor of the landscapes and the challenge of navigation: steering wheel compatibility, vehicle physics and some naughty textures.… Expand
Oct 4, 2018At about 3hrs into the game, I'm still enjoying it.
It doesn't look great, the physics are questionable and it's a bit niche, but I'm stillAt about 3hrs into the game, I'm still enjoying it.
It doesn't look great, the physics are questionable and it's a bit niche, but I'm still enjoying it. The main complaint that I have is that if halfway through a long stage you trash your vehicle, you can restart from the most recent populated checkpoint, but your vehicle is still wrecked, so there's no point restarting like that really.
Also, as far as I can tell, there's no way to switch vehicle mid playthrough, so if you're halfway through the campaign and fancy switching to the truck, you'd have to do all the previous courses before getting to the one you've currently reached. I guess it's supposed to create the idea that your driver is one of a specific discipline, but it's kind of limiting in enjoyment that way.
I'm not into rally or Dakar, I do really like driving games when they're a bit more long form. The Crew, The Crew 2 and Fuel (remember that?!) are all favourites for me, and if you enjoyed those, you might enjoy this.
The Route Book idea has a bit of a learning curve, but is easy to use after a bit. The actual driving I think is fun, there are very long stages and you have to be on your toes to avoid wrecking after making an epic jump or clipping a rock. The co-driver is quite shouty and will probably get irritating after a while but he's ok for the time being.
I would have given it a much higher score, only the price at the moment on the PSN is totally bonkers.… Expand
Oct 2, 2018luigi801, first i am not stupid, maybe you are only a very rich guy, and maybe you can't read english, and in those big issues i can not helpluigi801, first i am not stupid, maybe you are only a very rich guy, and maybe you can't read english, and in those big issues i can not help you... sorry...
Can you answer me? is it fair to pay a full price for a game like Dakar 18?
Yes its true, its a new company, and we have to give them a chance, but its not paying a full price for a indie looked game.
In fact i think if Dakar 18 was presented as a indie game or a lower priced game, maybe, we gamers give them a chance, instead that its a full priced game and a very low quality game.
Sorry, its my opinion and if you want you get it has an advice, but you dont have to call anyone stupid when i am free to give my review.
Maybe you are the stupid who pay for the game. sorry for that… Expand
Oct 15, 2018This is a rushed, buggy and ultimately unpolished product. At first glance the initial presentation and visuals may lead you to believe thisThis is a rushed, buggy and ultimately unpolished product. At first glance the initial presentation and visuals may lead you to believe this is a polished AA or even AAA game, but once you start playing you’ll see it is not
The vehicle handling is servicable, but can be very glitchy and at its worst the physics even resemble goat simulator. I can literally exit the vehicle on foot, let my driver take a run-off into the front of the car and knock it like a bowling pin - the game can be that bad!
There are lots of amatuer oversights throughout the game such as a camera inversion option that only affects vehicles and not your onfoot driver, which can be very disorienting.
The game overall lacks polish. There are all sorts of collision detection bugs, clipping issues and bad animations that simply should not be in a game in this price-range. This game was released before it was ready.
I could live with many flaws if the fundamental gameplay were solid. I never expected the production values of a big publisher game, but what I did expect was excellent polished vehicle handling and good physics. In a driving/navigation game this element is essential and unfortunately the thing that lets this game down most.
My advice is to either wait until the game’s major issues are fixed - not sure if this will ever happen - or if you must, wait for a dramatic price drop.… Expand