Genre: Racing / driving
Perspective: 1st-person, Behind view
Published by: Mud Duck Productions
Developed by: Kung Fu Games
Platform: PlayStation (PSX, PS1)
All-Star Racing brings together four types of races: GT Racer, Stockcar Frenzy, Classic Cars and Supercar Challenge. Each race type includes three courses and three vehicle types: classic cars (Stalwort, Belling V2, and SK MK2); GT (GSX, GT2R and CRX2); Super cars (Pina 238, Fenzo 500 and Manelli 748), etc. Since the publisher is Mud Duck Productions (for North America and Canada), this immediately tells us that the game is budgetary and there is no need to wait for revelations, everything is enough standard. There is no Career mode, no multiplayer, but there is an endurance race (15 laps), but if you wish, you can turn it off in the options. The trails run both through cityscapes and through hills, valleys, forests, and even along the runway. The graphics of the game are pretty good, the controls are a little tight at times, the game does not cause much excitement, but if you just want to ride, then All-Star Racing is quite suitable.
D-Pad Right or Left = Driving;
X = acceleration;
Square = brake;
L2 = change camera;
R2 = rear view;
Start = pause.