I respect Overpass's commitment to an honest depiction of this demanding motorsport discipline, and I enjoy any game that asks me to test myself against a landscape - always the most bewitching of foes. I imagine fans of the real-word sport will be delighted Overpass exists. But it's too stern an introduction for me, missing just a few features and little polish that might have made it a truly compelling curio.
Overpass is an interesting and unique take on the driving genre, but issues in the most integral areas of the game often make it a chore to play.
Overpass is a unique style of racing game with solid foundations, but it feels like there wasn't enough time or budget to give it the polish it deserves. That's a shame. There’s a niche here which I’d like to spend more time in, but some of the frustrations run too deep for me to return anytime soon. Overpass remains a novel concept with some rough edges.