The Bottom Line
- variety of races and cars to play
- follow a storyline in career mode
- a few graphical and sound bugs
- 31 championships covering 15 different motor sports.
- 35 cars including Ford GT, Aston Martin Vanquish, Jaguar XKR, Nissan Skyline and AMG-Mercedes CLK
- 31 global race locations delivering 52 tracks.
- Up to 21 cars on track at once, battling for position.
- New Terminal Damage Engine.
- Race other gamers online.
- Interactive storyline that progresses through Championships.
- 15 types of racing including: Street, Formula Ford, Classic Car, Super Truck, and Performance Cars.
Guide Review - "TOCA Race Driver 2: The Ultimate Racing Simulator"
There's nothing wrong with time trials and free racing, but I always find the career mode of sports games the most fun and interesting. It creates a 'I gotta get to the next level' feeling and makes you want to start the game whenever you have free time. The career mode storyline is not as smooth as it could be, but nevertheless, it does the job of moving you along from job to job.