I will admit to one fault that I experienced in the game but I can’t place the blame on the game itself, and that’s with the community. While I could knock a star off from encountering a lot of bratty, impatient kids while playing, it’s not inherently the game’s fault that a lot of younger audiences will be drawn to Tales Runner (and rightfully so).
In hindsight, it just comes with the territory of being an MMO. And still, players who have a tough time getting acquainted or finding racing buddies can still hit up the free-roaming mode that allows players to walk around, chat, make friends and inspect items.
The additional farming mode (which seemingly comes out of nowhere), item crafting, story missions, multiple multiplayer and single-player modes add enough variety and replay to keep the game feeling fresh at just about every turn, which puts Tales Runner a lap ahead of the competition.
Anyone looking for an original racing game that’s fun for the whole family would only do themselves a disservice by not checking out Tales Runner.
Official Tales Runner Website