After finally getting Leadfoot to run on my machine, I decided to have a quick race to see what kind of graphics we were dealing with. While I was selecting my truck and track to race on, things began to look up because you are able to choose different multicolored paint jobs for your trucks, not just solid colors. Some of the designs were cool, so I was beginning to think this game was going to be fun.
After starting the race, you begin to see where they saved money. The graphic details of the trucks are somewhat bland and the crowd in the stadium is a multicolored blob with no movement at all. Also, while driving, you might tend to hit things, go off the track, and you might expect these objects you hit to move realistically. Not a chance; they are immovable objects. The track is also very poorly rendered because you could count the pixel blocks on the ground. Granted, this might be because I was running on my software video driver, but since it was the only driver I could get to work with this game, I had to make due.
The sound effects for Leadfoot were also a letdown because you had the obligatory crowd sounds and the grind of the trucks, but that was it. Hardly any crowd noises and no music track either.