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Asphalt 8 received critical acclaim from critics and became the leading game of its genre. The iOS version holds an aggregate score of 91 out of 100 on Metacritic, based on eighteen reviews.
TouchArcade’s Eric Ford gave the game a perfect score, 5 out of 5, calling it the “pinnacle” of the Asphalt series. He was particularly impressed with the new jump-focused gameplay and the graphics, arguing that “the graphics engine does a great job of imparting that sense of speed that is essential for a game that thrives on fast gameplay”. His only criticism was what he perceived as a disparity between the price of some of the cars and the reward money given to the play; “as you get towards the really expensive cars, you’ll notice that you don’t earn quite as much money proportionally to afford what you might want.” However, he saw this as a “minor complaint” and concluded by saying “the iOS platform has quietly become a haven for great racers, and Asphalt 8 looks to be leading the pack right now.” AppSpy’s James Gilmour also gave the game 5 out of 5, praising the controls, the range of tracks, cars and upgrades. He argued that “Asphalt 8: Airborne plays like a greatest hits compilation of arcade racers. Perhaps you enjoyed the powerslide from Out Run and Ridge Racer? Or the nitro boosts and takedown challenges from Burnout? Well, you’ll find them all in Asphalt 8. The good news is that rather than Gameloft simply ripping off aspects of other games and mashing them randomly together, the dev has managed create a polished, adrenaline-infused racer which is way more fun than it has any right to be […] Though Asphalt 8: Airborne’s parts may be borrowed, they have been skilfully assembled to build a highly entertaining vehicle.” MacLife’s Andrew Hayward also awarded a perfect 5 out of 5 score, feeling the game reverses the sense of stagnation which had crept into the Asphalt series by the time of Asphalt 7, and arguing that it “essentially feels like a reboot in terms of quality. It’s actually a rather amazing feat”. He compared the game to Real Racing 3, praising Asphalt 8 for featuring a “real” multiplayer mode. He concluded that “what began life as a passable mobile diversion nearly a decade ago has finally blossomed into a racing experience that’s frantic, hearty, and really rather impressive throughout. Asphalt 8: Airborne blurs the line between mobile and console racers, with an amazing asking price to boot, and it’s easily the best racer of its kind on the App Store today.” jj 666