Review

Destruction Allstars Review: The PS Plus racer is a clumsy and hollow ride

PlayStation’s car combat game has great characters and some fun moments – but they speed by in a blur

Game Director
Colin Berry
Key Credits
Karl Jones (Lead designer)

Out of the 4 modes available at launch, 2 of them feel redundant and unbalanced. The single-player content is slim and if you want even a crumb more, you’ll have to pay, which leaves Destruction Allstars feeling like a clumsy, hollow product whose fun moments go by in a blur.

  • Great character design
  • Cars handle well
  • Dull game modes
  • Lifeless progression
  • Clumsy controls
2 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5
Destruction Allstars Review: The PS Plus racer is a clumsy and hollow ride
Game Director
Colin Berry
Key Credits
Karl Jones (Lead designer)

Out of the 4 modes available at launch, 2 of them feel redundant and unbalanced. The single-player content is slim and if you want even a crumb more, you’ll have to pay, which leaves Destruction Allstars feeling like a clumsy, hollow product whose fun moments go by in a blur.

  • Great character design
  • Cars handle well
  • Dull game modes
  • Lifeless progression
  • Clumsy controls
2 / 5
Version tested
PlayStation 5