Monster Truck Madness 2
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|Monster Truck Madness 2|
|Developer(s)||Terminal Reality (PC) |
Edge of Reality (N64)
|Publisher(s)||Microsoft Studios (PC) |
Rockstar Games (N64)
|Mode(s)||Single player, multiplayer|
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This sequel offers improved graphics, an updated interface, new trucks and tracks and the addition of variable weather conditions when compared to its predecessor. However, the game engine is essentially the same, and most custom trucks and tracks are compatible with both games. The game contains assets from older TRI games, like Hellbender and CART Precision Racing.
The "Summit Rumble" king of the hill tracks could only be played if the player intended to compete online. Again, "Army" Armstrong provides commentary for the game. However, his race calls have been updated, and new ones have been added. Just like its predecessor, it contains an inaccessible truck, "Chuck's Car" (a Chevrolet Camaro). It was intended to be unlocked by typing in "CHUCK" in a race. The game still displays this message when typed: "Restart the game to drive Chuck's Car." However, if one restarts the game, it isn't there.
The Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback wheel's installation CD also contains the game.
The game's file mounting systems gives the possibility to add (or remove) custom tracks and trucks to the game using different editors.
Monster Truck Madness 64
Monster Truck Madness 64 is a Nintendo 64 port of Monster Truck Madness 2 published by Rockstar Games. It was released in 1999. It received advertisement time on World Championship Wrestling programming and features trucks styled after WCW wrestlers. In addition, one commercial spot featured WCW wrestler Kevin Nash.
GameSpot said for the PC, "The designers wisely recognized that the subtlety of monster truck racing cried out for the added nuance that only a professional wrestling tie-in could bestow." GameSpot also rated the game 7.4 (good).