Another small game update has arrived for Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing, adding new sponsor logos for Tony Stewart Racing and LakeSide Media, adds more characters for custom team names in Career Mode and a few other fixes and improvements. Check out the patch notes below.
- Added new sponsor logos for Tony Stewart Racing and LakeSide Media
- Fixed the Average FInish display for previous seasons stats in Career Mode
- Fixed and adjusted some part price inconsistencies in Career Mode
- Added more characters for custom team names in Career Mode
- Fixed some Trophy / Achievement unlocking
- Other minor fixes and improvements.
If you missed our Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing review, make sure to read it here.
Just seven months after their first collaboration (Tony Stewart’s Spring Car Racing), Tony Stewart Racing and Monster Games have teamed up again for the release of Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing. The focus here is once again on the local dirt track scene, but instead of sprint cars being represented, this time the optics have shifted to Legends, big block modified and street stock. The team has also implemented a new physics system that differs from the game’s predecessor and there is a whole new set of fantasy tracks to attack. So, is it a worthy upgrade or a re-skinned clone of the previous title? Let’s find out in this Tony Stewart’s All-American Racing review.