Beyond the action-packed racing filled with fast curves, sneaky alternate routes, hair-raising jumps and fully realized damage models that provide for spectacular crashes, Blurs narrative is presented through Bizarres innovative new community-based interface, reaching far beyond the game itself. This unique story-driving social network evolves dynamically as players compete in different races, make new friends, rivals and fans, and connect with other racers both in-game and in real life.Looking beyond Blurs single player story, gamers can engage in competitive and team-based multiplayer races with up to 20 players online, or on a single console via 4-player split-screen. Bizarre is especially excited to introduce Blurs original social gaming experience Custom Groups, where anyone can create unique multiplayer modes based on their favorite ways to play the game. These new modes are immediately shared through Blurs social network, expanding the game in ways that are only limited by the gaming communitys creativity.
Project Kart: A brand new game from the makers of Project Gotham Racing, that mixes the best of realistic racers with the fun of Mario Kart.
No blue shells: Power-ups require almost as much skill as the driving, from the missile like Shunt to the lightning style shock attack and the always useful Barge.
World tour: Race in subtly altered versions of real world cities, including a Los Angeles river bed and inner city London.
FaceTwitter: Play in a virtual social network, where every rival has their own unique personality and competing in any race can also gain you "fan points".
Online fame: Go online and you can compete in the real "Facebook of racing" with the 20-player online mode (or stay offline and use the 4-player splitscreen mode).
If you read many of my other game reviews you'll see I like driving games. Specifically sim driving games. Being I am no where near a millionaire I probably will never drive any of these cars in my lifetime. So I think of sim driving games as a way to bring a bit of realism into my living room. When I got Blur from my game rental place, I was about to pack it up and send it back to them asap. I had seen the clips and other snippets of the game and a driving game with power ups and all that had no place in my stable of _real games_,
or so I thought.
A brilliant racing game and possibly the best I have ever seen it's simplicity and easy to learn controls making gameplay easier-but also very repetitive, the graphics in game are very good however the overdone lights can leave you adjusting the brightness. The games graphics however are held back by the lack of detail in the cars. Gameplay involves thrilling races as well as power ups to blow away the competition, a brilliant game that will leave comming for more.
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