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Super R.C. Pro-Am

Super R.C. Pro-Am (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy
Tags: Racing, Arcade
Developer: Rare


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Super R.C. Pro-Am review

Reviewed May 21, 2007

dementedhut says: "Radio-controlled cars are fun little gadgets, you can drive them under normal cars, try performing stunts by going up a ramp and over pits, and freak out your family pet with one, among other things. So, of course, a game where you use a R.C. car in a race against others through hazardous courses sounds pretty cool, doesn't it? Unfortunately, despite cramming Super R.C. Pro-Am with a whole bunch of stuff, Rare manages to make one bland title. "
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