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Test Drive: Eve of Destruction
|Test Drive: Eve of Destruction|
|Xbox and PlayStation 2|
|European Release Date(s)|
November 26, 2004
|North American Release Date(s)|
August 25, 2004
September 7, 2004
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The game is based on the American sport of Demolition Derby, as the game is set in the United States and features old American vehicles. Thus, it is on a similar platform to the Demolition Racer: No Exit and Destruction Derby games.
There are vehicles that include hearses, buses, ambulances, taxis, and other vehicles.
Events[edit | edit source]
There are 25 events in career mode, including Figure-8 races, Figure-8 Jump Races, Standard races, Suicide Races (the competitors are divided in tour and run the track in opposite directions) Trailer Races, and School Bus Races. Demolition Derbys and Push-Off events are designed with only one goal- destroy all other cars. The Deathmatch and Capture the Flag are multiplayer only events, as well as soccer. There are also novelty races such as the gauntlet, where a lone hearse must complete a race without being destroyed by a horde of other cars; Detention, where an invincible bus must stop all cars from finishing.
Soundtracks[edit | edit source]
The game had 13 songs in total
Hoobastank - Same Direction
Hoobastank - Out Of Control
Rob Zombie - Never Gonna Stop
Sum 41 - Still Waiting
Thursday - Between Rupture And Rapture
Autopilot Off - What I Want
Nothcote, Jehan - Anarchy 1
MacDonald, New - Crawler
Jordan - Guitar Armada
Bumblefoot - Timebomb
Bumblefoot - American Rock 'N' Roll
Chris Goulstone ~ Keith Adams - Smashed
Receptions[edit | edit source]
Stuff Magazine rated the game 8.5.
References[edit | edit source]
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