Solid voice acting and an atmospheric score fits Mad Max like a chunky metal knuckle duster.
Some truly gorgeous vistas make the Wasteland a savage but beautiful place, though character models could be better. It's a tad uneven.
The core mechanics only really fall into place once you've upgraded Max and his car to the Nth degree. Vehicle combat is superb, but the fisticuffs are messy.
A surfeit of activities strewn across an enormous open Wasteland, Mad Max can become dull after the umpteenth camp, scarecrow sniper and scavenge site. It's all a bit samey.
Standard stuff. Collect all of the things, do all of the stuff, rinse and repeat. Eating maggots is about as good as it gets.