RC Revolution Review (Steam)

RC Revolution Review, Immerse yourself in the electrifying world of RC car racing! Experience the thrill of multiplayer mayhem, delve into extensive car customization, unleash your creativity with track design, and embark on a rewarding progression system. Get ready, your track awaits!

RC Revolution Review Pros:

  • Nice graphics.
  • 7.84GB download size.
  • Steam achievements.
  • Controller support.
  • Graphics settings – resolution, v-sync, fps counter, and graphics quality.
  • Camera settings – preset, distance to the car, distance above the car, vertical soft zone, and horizontal soft zone sliders.
  • Racing ui settings – car panel, map presets, and player list. Two keyboard presets with a third custom remappable option.
  • Eight driving locations.
  • Track editor and the ability to share and download other people’s is coming. (you can see the menu)
  • Seventeen cars are each put into categories – drift, crawler, monster, truggy, and buggy.
  • You can upgrade car parts and customize each car.
  • Splitscreen multiplayer support.
  • Four game modes – race, free race, booster mode, and stunt mode. (does show drift and time attack modes as coming soon)
  • Each car has unique stats for – max speed, acceleration, handling, and braking power.
  • Earn currency from doing tricks like flips and drifting along with race position.
  • Uses currency to buy upgrades and Customisable items.
  • Handy respawn to track button.
  • The music is good.
  • Pick up power-ups in certain modes to make it like a Kart Racer.

RC Revolution Review Cons:

  • The handling is really loose and you cannot change the sensitivity.
  • No tutorial.
  • The controller does work in race and on some random menus despite the store page saying no support.
  • Menus show controller icons but they don’t actually work.
  • To be honest the menus don’t feel as clear and smooth as you would like.
  • So many things are coming soon.
  • You only get one car initially and it takes a while to get the cash for a new car.
  • No online but it does say coming soon.
  • Doesn’t have leaderboards.
  • Cars and ramps don’t mix well.

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RC Revolution:

Official website.

Developer: phren (phrengames.com)

Publisher: phren (phrengames.com)

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  • 7/10
    Graphics - 7/10
  • 7/10
    - 7/10
  • 6/10
    Sound - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Accessibility - 6/10
  • 6/10
    Fun Factor - 6/10


RC Revolution is a visually appealing game with nice graphics and a 7.84GB download size. It supports Steam achievements and controller support, despite some inconsistencies in the menus. The game offers a variety of settings for graphics, camera, and racing UI, including resolution, v-sync, fps counter, graphics quality, and more.

The game features eight driving locations and seventeen cars categorized into drift, crawler, monster, truggy, and buggy. Each car has unique stats for max speed, acceleration, handling, and braking power. You can upgrade car parts and customize each car using the currency earned from doing tricks and securing good race positions.

A track editor is in the works, which will allow players to share and download other people’s tracks. The game also supports split-screen multiplayer and offers four game modes: race, free race, booster mode, and stunt mode, with drift and time attack modes coming soon.

However, the game has some areas for improvement. The handling is quite loose and lacks sensitivity adjustment. There’s no tutorial to guide new players, and the controller support is inconsistent. The menus, while showing controller icons, are not fully functional and could be smoother.

The game is still in development, with many features labeled as “coming soon”. This includes online play and leaderboards. Initially, you only get one car and it takes some time to earn enough cash for a new one. Lastly, the interaction between cars and ramps needs improvement.

Overall, RC Revolution shows promise with its good graphics, variety of settings, and car customization. However, it could benefit from improvements in handling, menu navigation, and the introduction of new features.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!