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Harking back to the glory of days of topdown racers like Ironman Offroad Racing and Micro Machines, this is a fun modern interpretation of the genre which is worth a look if you're into such things. It's not the flashiest or deepest game out there but in terms of fun it certainly delivers, especially if you've got a chum to play it with. There are a few options to try out here, with the single-player mode offering a seven season career, and with multiplayer available in local or online flavors. However you play though, you'll basically be taking part in a series of topdown races through a variety of environments, with the general aim of being first across the finish line. In the career mode you have a set of objectives to complete before you can access the final season while there are three categories of vehicles to try out, dune buggies, road cars and trucks, each with their own unique characteristics. They can all be customized to suit your preferences, with a number of options for tweaking which should appeal to followers of such things. Mantis Burn Racing isn't the most innovative game out there on the market but in terms of topdown racing experiences, it's a pretty decent one and you get exactly what you expect from it. There's a good sense of speed to be found here and the tracks are fairly varied and offer their own challenges, while the AI puts up a stiff race. The game is best played in company and has some simple but effective visuals, making this a fun if not exactly long-lasting experience.