Hot Cars, Sweet Moves & Global Competition
Project Gotham Racing is back with even more speed and style. Get behind the wheel of the 660-horsepower Enzo Ferrari, BMW Z4 3.0i, Porche Carrera GT, and other sweet rides to race and earn Kudos. Whether you climb the ranks in the Kudos World Series single-player game, or take on the world on XBOX Live, you've got the most thrilling racing game of the year.
- Earn Kudos as you drive with style. Do powerslides, spin 360s, stay on the racing line, and more.
- Jam to more than 200 songs from real artists and DJs, or play tracks from your own CDs.
- Take each car to the limit on the world-famous Nurbergring Nordschleife track.
- Strap yourself into a variety of more than 100 cars in 14 classes, from classics to exotics, including the Pagani Zonda, Koenigsegg CC V8S, Saleen S7 and Loyus 340R.
- Race on 100+ tracks through Chicago, Washington DC, Florence, Barcelona, Enidburgh, Yokohama, Stockholm, Hong Kong and Moscow.
- Join 8-player races, take challenges, download ghost cars of the best scores, and make your mark on more than 400 scoreboards via XBOX Live.
- Players 1 - 4
- Custom Soundtracks
- In-Game Dolby Digital
- System Link 2 - 8
- Content Download
- Online Multiplayer
This is one of the best racing games that I have played. This is probably one of the more realistic racing games that I have played in a long time and I have to say that in this reviewers eyes that is something to aspire to. One of the things that I have enjoyed most about the game is that you have to unlock in it the different stages with different skills and I think that this is what is making the game worth while I suppose it has been on the market for a while now but I have to say I have not had this much fun with a racing game in a long time. Even my Gf got into it. Dare I say that she has beaten me on one occasion as well .
Just a great game!
Now don't let that score put you off... this would have to be one of the most awesome 1st-person driving games out there. With the power and sheer rendering-grunt of the Xbox console, would would expect nothing less.
This score is simply because I am a LOUSY virtual-driver and spend more time trying to leave as much of my car attached to the scenery as possible... a bumper on the wall, rubber spread thick upon the asphalt, muffler and suspension parts strewn down the road like breadcrumbs... that's me in a driving game. (Thankfully I am a tad better than that on the real road, or I wouldn't have a car left!)
The scenery, high level of resolution, awesome soundz... it's all good in PGR2. If you can handle the virtual car as smoothly as a rally driver handles a real car, you'll find this game truely mind-blowing. Then throw in Xbox LIVE for that extra immersion factor and you have a kick-arse gaming experience.
Overall, though I SUCKED big-time at this game, so had to give it lower-than-expected scores, I do feel that those dedicated drivers out there will find this game to be the current benchmark against which all others shall be judged, and in most cases found sadly lacking.
Burn rubber guys... the cops can't bust you for blowing around in THESE buggies!
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