Speed Crew – PC Review

Speed Crew – PC Review
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Genre: Comedic racing simulation
Developer: Wild Fields
Publisher: Wild Fields
Release Date: January 31st, 2024
Edited by AlexKnight2005

Speed Crew is a game that has captured my attention and has become one of my favorite co-op games. It’s a co-op game where you play as a part of a pit crew fixing up rally cars. The game is reminiscent of certain other games like this that deal with food, but instead of food, you’re dealing with cars. It’s a fresh take on the co-op genre, and I’ve been having a blast playing it.

The colorful and cheerful graphics add to the game’s overall vibe. The cars are detailed, and the environments are varied, keeping things interesting. The music is also fantastic, with tunes from different decades, from the ’70s to now, which adds a lot of character to the game.


The gameplay is simple and fun, but there’s a lot of complexity underneath. You have to diagnose, refuel, and repair cars quickly while trying not to get run over. It’s a real test of your multitasking skills. You can use tools like wrenches, fuel cans, and fire extinguishers. Challenges keep things interesting; one minute, you avoid passing cars, and the next, you’re putting out fires from falling meteors. It’s chaotic but in a good way.

The story isn’t the main focus, but it’s there. You start in 1977 and work your way through different eras of races and championships. Each era has its own style of cars and music, which is a nice touch. And then there’s the bad guy, Dominion Torrento, who should sound familiar. It’s like the game developers took inspiration from the Fast and the Furious franchise and made their version of the villain. But hey, who doesn’t love a good villain in a racing game?

The game is designed to require working together. You must have to pass items across tables when lava blocks the way or navigate through gates and weather conditions. It’s all about teamwork and communication. You can play with up to four other players locally and online. It’s a great game to play with friends, especially if you’re into co-op games.

Playing solo can be challenging, but it’s a lot of fun with a team. It’s like a chaotic symphony of cooperation and car mechanics. You’re constantly shouting instructions, passing tools, and laughing at the chaos. It’s a blast!

The game also has excellent replay value. There are many different levels with varying difficulty; with each level, you unlock new cars and tools. It’s a game that you can come back to again and again and still have fun.

Overall, Speed Crew is a fantastic game. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a fun co-op game to play with friends. It has excellent graphics, fantastic music, and enjoyable gameplay that will keep you entertained for hours. The game is designed to make you work together and communicate effectively, which is a great way to connect with your friends. I can’t wait to see what the developers come up with next.


  • Engaging graphics and animations
  • Innovative gameplay mechanics
  • Seamless co-op experience
  • Consistently enjoyable gameplay
  • Strong potential for replayability and future updates


  • It’s not ideal for solo players. The game was designed with co-op in mind.
  • It may not provide the best solitary experience.

MedievalAI gives Speed Crew a Drastik Measure 8.5 out of 10.0 (85)