High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p Widescreen Supported (16:9): Unknown System Link Support: Unknown
Average Overall Score: 10.00 / 10
Be the action hero in Maximum Chase, the high-octane driver/shooter that puts you behind the wheel in high-speed chases and on the trigger in wild shootouts as you fill in the pieces of a blockbuster film. As police investigator Rick Summer, you must help a mysterious woman who is on the run from shadowy pursuers in this action-packed thriller set on the streets of Los Angeles. Only on Xbox!
Two different gameplay modes - driving and shooting
Outrun the police and enemies in movie-inspired chase sequences
Shoot out the tires of pursuers and take down enemy helicopters
Amazing graphics with high-resolution vehicles, stunning environments and explosions
20 levels of driving and shooting set on the traffic-snarled streets of Los Angeles
Realistic car damage
Dolby Digital 5.1 sound
Monday, October 15, 2001
Friday, October 5, 2001
Overall User Average: 10.00 / 10 (100.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 10.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 10.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 10.00 / 10Nightmurr
Date reviewed: March 23, 2004.
Overall: The coolest thing about Maximum Chase is that there are barely any rules. This game basically lets do what you please with 15+ vehicles and a bunch of weapons. The crashes look spectacular and damage is really realistic. There is extras even after you finish the game which unlocks extra cars and weapons. This game is completley awesome Gameplay: The gameplay is very challenging and maybe, to. I was gonna say 4.5, except that this game is just to dang good to give a 4.5. I give this a 5.0 because blowing up cars with either your car or a 9mm. It can be so cool that it will be hard to put down the controller! Graphics: The visuals can be so cool! The emblems you can really be read! The explosions look so real, you can almost feel the heat! So you'll enjoy this game alot. Sound: You can hear the paint scraping the wall and the sparks coming off the rail, it's so real! The explosions are so real, that you'll almost feel the couch rumble! No custom soundtrack though, boo hoo. But, you can turn on the stereo and hear your own music though. Suggestions: Not so hard next time and please, Xbox Live.