According to the ESRB, this game contains: Violence
Parents are reasonably safe with Smashing Drive since there is no sex, no violence (besides knocking a few cars around) and no questionable language. Be warned, there is no fun, either. Dont be surprised if youve got some angry kids after bringing this one home.
Gamers in general should stay away from Smashing Drive. There are better Taxi, Racing, and Extreme Driving games out in stores already. There is absolutely no reason to pick this title up.
Fans of Crazy Taxi should go right back to their copy of the game and pretend that Smashing Drive does not exist.
Hearing Impaired Gamers will be spared the pain of listening to the god-awful music, and will have no difficulty with the game since there is no vital or pleasant auditory information.
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