Title Jaguar XJ220 Game Type Driving Publisher Core Players 1 or 2 HD Installable Patch available Compatibility All Submission Chris Vella Profiled Reviewer Review This is a classic racing game that has to be considered to be one of the best in its genre. It very similar to the Lotus games, and many comparisons can be made between the two. Many will argue as to which is the better game, but I have to say that I like Jaguar XJ220 a little better. Everything that you would want in a racing game is in this game. Options include 1 or 2 player split screen mode, automatic or standard stick shifting, music or sound effects, variable weather conditions and the option to create your own tracks. The object of the game is to win the races and make as much money as possible so you can always keep your car in top condition. You start in England and race 3 different courses before you can select another country to race in. The better position you finish in, the more money you make and you will need lots because it cost money just to race in another country. The courses are very well designed with road hazards and variable weather conditions that hinder your driving. The artificial intelligence of the computer cars is excellent. They try to stop you from passing them but they don't over do it, and seem more concerned about finishing the race. This is one feature that I like better than lotus. I thought the cars in lotus put too much emphasis on trying to crash into you. Another feature I like in the game is that when you crash, you don't come to a sudden stop. The car slows down and will suffer damage. You have to make sure that you keep repairing your car or its performance will deteriorate. Your car will suffer wear and tear by just driving it, so you have to finish the race in a good position to be able to keep up with repairs. The graphics and sound in the game are very good. I especially like the Fog effects. Other effects include rain, snow, wind, blowing leaves, and other road hazards. The playability and lastability of the game is also excellent, especially since you can make your own tracks. I think the car handles better in this game than in the Lotus games, it's just a matter of preference. You can make many comparisons between these two games and you can't go wrong with either one. I happen to think that Jaguar is the better game. In conclusion, I have to say that this is one of the best arcade racing game that I have played on the amiga. It's all arcade action and not a simulation. The game is fun to play and with unlimited track potential the game should last you a lifetime. Being able to save your progress so you don't always have to start at the beginning of the game again is just the icing on the cake for this great game. Jaguar or Lotus? you can't go wrong with either one, but I give the edge to Jaguar XJ220.