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Big Rigs: Over The Road Racing.

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Uploaded on Jul 17, 2008

Possibly the worst game of all time?
Edited and Recorded by Shartalkin.
Fraps was used to record and Sony Vegas 8 was used to edit.

The following is taken from wikipedia;

"The box of Big Rigs states that the player may "race trucks across the country, with cops chasing [them]." GameSpot's Alex Navarro wrote that this description of the game is nothing more than "horrible, horrible lies"[1], since there are no police in the game. Additionally, they pointed out, the computer-controlled opponent vehicles have no AI and never move from the starting position, making even the description of the gameplay as a "race" questionable.

There are technically no obstacles for the player to negotiate in Big Rigs, as the truck may freely be driven on and off roads without any loss of traction, up or down 90° slopes with no loss or gain of speed, through structures such as buildings and trees, simply falling right through bridges, and even out of the boundaries of the map into an endless grey void. When the player's vehicle is put into reverse, its speed will increase infinitely, but the truck will halt instantly when the reverse key is released.

Though there appear to be five courses from which to choose, only four of them actually work. A fifth, titled "Nightride", does not function, and selecting it simply quits the game.[1]

Upon completion of the race, the player is presented with digital representation of a large trophy and the text "YOU'RE WINNER !".[sic] The game occasionally fails to distinguish between whether the player is starting or finishing the race when they pass through the starting point, and so this congratulatory screen may appear within seconds of starting a game, ending the race before it even begins.

Stellar Stone released a patch that "fixes" some of the game's glitches. With the patch, the opponent does participate in the race, but stops before it reaches the finish line. The fifth map that caused the game to crash when selected was also fixed. However, the patch replaced the broken track with an exact mirror image of the first track. A good deal of the problems still remain in the patch."

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