At no point in the opening of CSR Racing 2 do you find out what exactly CSR stands for. Nor, too, the Wikipedia entry for the game series. And so, before you even start to comment on the quality of the racing in this game, you find yourself asking: what the hell does CSR mean?
Well, nobody can tell you with 100% certainty, but the consensus appears to be “Custom Street Racer”, and while grammatically it still gets a pass, I have to say, it’s not great to have ‘Racer Racing’ as good structure.
Perhaps the greatest sin though isn’t sentence structure, but rather the face that the most I could ‘custom'(ise) my car was to give it a lick of paint and change the rims.
Mate. GTA San Andreas had more customisation than that, and the game is fifteen years old!
The racing sets in the game are actually quite good fun. The fact that it is pretty much a tactical shifting of the gear, as well as the control of the garages demonstrate that you know your stuff.