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Project Gotham Racing

Project Gotham Racing (XBX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox
Genre: Racing
Developer: Bizarre Creations

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
11/14/2001
EU
03/14/2002
JP
02/22/2002
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Staff Reviews

Project Gotham Racing review

Reviewed April 17, 2003

says: "In about every racing game out there, speed is the most important thing. You drive fast, you get to the finish line first in order to win. And that makes sense, right? They ARE racing games after all. Project Gotham Racing is rather different. You still have to win races, but driving like a badass is just as important as driving with speed. It’s really as much a driving game as it is a racing game."
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