Racing is a damn boring endeavor in the real legal world, but my thoughts of boredom are short lived when I think about the fast and (often) furious world of street racing.
I am severely disappointed on my racing game sabbatical until I found that both Bizarre Creation and Disney Interactive were giving me street racing combat where I can burn rubber and take names. Bizarre’s “Blur” and “Split/Second” by Disney Interactive are a shining example of what Burnout has inspired.
Bizarre’s “Blur” and “Split/Second” by Disney Interactive are a shining example of what Burnout has inspired.
A futuristic game show which allow cars to race (and kill other cars) to the finish. While you are racing some crazy mofo’s, you also have to dodge and execute power play and influential Super Power Plays to force the racer in front of you to the racer behind you. These changes also effect the track; changing at the racers whim. If you are unfortunate enough to be caught in a track change, then you are not the guy winning. I know… amazing!
The down side: Power plays often catch the wind and miss, the A.I. can not be left in the dust because of the small invisible rubber band that connects you and all other competitors. All in all an awesome smack around the track.