There's a lot of driving and tons of content to be had in TDU2, but its lacklustre handling lets it down a little. Then again, if you've had your eye on this one for a while and missed out the last time GamersGate ran a sale, then their driving week discounts should make you very happy. Not quite as cheap as it's been in the past, but a steal for under a fiver.
If buying fast cars and driving them at ridiculous speeds sounds good to you then Test Drive Unlimited 2 might be the game for you! There's plenty to do on both the islands that you can visit, including time trials and drag races, but unfortunately the story behind the game is pretty poor and the characters are really annoying. You can get hold of the PC version of the game for £9.95, which'll save you a penny under £2.
When you want to chill out and drive around an island in ridiculously fast super cars, it doesn't come much better than Test Drive Unlimited 2. Unfortunately, the single player campaign is full of irritating characters and annoying cut scenes that dramatically reduce your enjoyment of the game. Thanks to the voucher code above you can pick up a copy of the game on the Xbox 360, or the PS3, for £13.49, which'll make you a saving of £4.50 on the next best offer coming in from Choices UK. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD.
As part of their summer sale, Steam are currently offering a ridiculously low price that's one of the cheapest I've seen for Test Drive Unlimited 2.
We’re still having real trouble making up our mind about Test Drive Unlimited 2. On the one hand, we love its luscious environments, cars and massive amounts of content… but completely turned off by the weak handling and terrible storyline. Seriously, if developers really want to give us context for the driving, at least attempt to make it half decent. Felix reckons that it suffers from an identity crisis in his 7/10 review.