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The Dukes of Hazzard: Return of the General Lee, Racing, 2004



Developer: Ratbag Pty

Publisher: Ubisoft

Damageable vehicles: Yes

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CA_NES US (99)

2010-11-14 07:59

For whatever reason somebody made a page for this game but no cars were added? I added all the cars in the game.

I can only recommend this game to DIEHARD fans of Dukes of Hazzard. I have never played London Racer, but I think this game could compete with it for lack of quality. The steering of all the cars is horrid, and it is the worst in the games star car: the General Lee. The General handles like a Chrysler 300 with a 1.8L, while Uncle Jesses pickup handles like a Lotus Elise in comparison. Furthermore, the slightest bump of a fence or rock or invisible obstacle will send the car 90 degrees in a different direction. Yet, the AI (with the exception of the police cars) RARELY hit anything or go astray. This game also has the hated and clichéd mission where you must tail somebody, annoying when the vehicle you are supposed to follow makes stops near blind corners. Also, there are two missions which are "Nintendo" hard where you must accomplish tasks with a timer which grants you next to no time left over, which with the previously mentioned handling issues is frustrating to say the least.

However, there are a few classic police chase levels and ect. And you get to drive 3 bulldozers in one mission! The multiplayer modes are nice, with demo derby using the cop cars (they have detatchable panels, the other cars only have lenses and paint scuff damage) and hot pursuit and racing. But in my opinion, The Dukes Of Hazzard II: Daisy Dukes It Out is far superior to this game.

Gamer DE (72)

2012-01-11 08:29

I searched this game for about two years, but when I finally found it, it wasnt compatible with a 360 :mad:

FordMustang1967 US (0)

2012-06-28 06:52

I have beat all the missions and completed all of the jumps and lightning challenges but it says the game is completed only 79%-89%

FordMustang1967 US (0)

2012-06-28 06:54

I like the handling cars seem to handle good to me

FordMustang1967 US (0)

2012-06-28 20:41

I wish there was more missions though

FordMustang1967 US (0)

2012-06-28 20:42

I beat all of the the missions the day I got it

lcpdcv US (52)

2012-06-28 21:03

Quadruple post, jesus. Stop talking to yourself!

FordMustang1967 US (0)

2012-08-02 07:06

It over several days and please don't use the name Jesus that way that bothers me. :mad:

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lcpdcv US (52)

2012-08-02 07:10

Bible thumper status acquired. Plus anyways, as Black Bart said once, no political/religious discussion. As a wise man once said, "Everybody's friends, until politics and religion are brought up."

Game-oholic 94 US (0)

2013-04-08 14:54

Are ebay and amazon.com my only options for looking for the PS2 version of this game?

I NEED NAWZZZ UK (1)

2013-04-08 15:01

Or you could look for it at a game store? Or you could just buy it from eBay or Amazon, since they're well trusted sites?

PikesPeak TH (14)

2013-04-08 16:22

Game-oholic 94 wrote Are ebay and amazon.com my only options for looking for the PS2 version of this game?

Easiet way : just go to the game store... eBay and amazon shipments are expensive sometimes... like i bought Gran Turismo 5 from England... the game original cost $169 but the shipments give us a couple bucks... like $20

Game-oholic 94 US (0)

2013-04-08 16:59

PikesPeak wrote
Easiet way : just go to the game store... eBay and amazon shipments are expensive sometimes... like i bought Gran Turismo 5 from England... the game original cost $169 but the shipments give us a couple bucks... like $20

Last time I did that, I couldn't find it anywhere.

insanecow US (8)

2013-04-08 19:52

All you have to do is go to Gamestop's website, type the name of the game in, and search for stores near you that have it. Then you can just pick it up at the store, and don't have to go on any online auction sites.

Game-oholic 94 US (0)

2013-04-21 03:50

insanecow wrote All you have to do is go to Gamestop's website, type the name of the game in, and search for stores near you that have it. Then you can just pick it up at the store, and don't have to go on any online auction sites.

I went to the GameStop website, and there are only 8 locations listed near where I live. However, I looked at the times for traveling by car from my home to each of the 8 locations on Google Maps, and the times ranged from 1 1/4 hours to 2 3/4 hours. I'm not going to take any of that much time to travel to a very distant location just to buy a videogame. I'm choosing to "make my way the only way I know how" (going to an entertainment store that's very close to me, buying an ebay gift card, and starting to build up some ebay experience).

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RacingFreak (98)

2013-04-21 05:52

Geez just download it already...

lcpdcv US (52)

2013-04-21 06:09

Gamestop having an obscure as hell game like this? Lol, no.

civic_eg6_94 ID (71)

2013-04-21 10:47

RacingFreak wrote Geez just download it already...


That's why there's a PCSX2 emulator. Still, I won't download this one.

RacingFreak (98)

2013-04-21 13:38

I don't get your point. If he wants that game so bad, he can download it and just burn it to a DVD to play on real PS2..

civic_eg6_94 ID (71)

2013-04-21 13:44

The point is you can either have download the .iso file on the internet, play it on an PS2 emulator, or burn it on a cd to play it on a PS2 console.

Game-oholic 94 US (0)

2013-05-23 19:24

Listen, everybody. Just do things your way, and I'll do them mine. And sure it might actually be a crappy game (with the "4.75/10" rating as an example), but I can already tell what I would choose between this game and the 2005 Johnny Knoxville/Sean William Scott movie.
Who agrees with me?

-- Last edit: 2013-07-18 20:55:54

mr.mopar69 US (1)

2013-10-02 05:44

I really miss this game. After I got my PS3 in 2010, I sold almost all of my PS2 games. Kept the PS2 because the controller had a rattle inside & according to Gamestop, they can't take a perfectly fine System because the controller which works fine has a rattle that's been there since day 1. I've been rebuilding my once 100+ strong PS2 collection but can't seem to find this game anywhere. It makes me wonder how I got the game in the first place. If anyone is looking for the game like I am, don't bother with gamestop. Try local retro game stores that sell games for older consoles. I know this place about 45 minutes away from me that sells just about every game & every system known to man. But even they don't have this game!

Paul Spain US (0)

2014-12-14 22:13

Notice how on the intro Rosco has one of the 1974 Rambler Matador police cars? Too bad they couldn't include that in the game too.

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