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Baja: Edge of Control

Baja: Edge of Control (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Racing, Arcade
Developer: 2XL Games

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
09/22/2008
EU
09/26/2008
AU
09/25/2006

Staff Reviews

Baja: Edge of Control review

Reviewed October 30, 2008

Marc Golding says: "But it's the Baja race that makes this game unique; this is where the game does its best to shine. In this mode, you take on the Baja 1000, a real-life test of racing endurance that takes place annually in Baja (Peninsula of Mexico) and can go on for a full three hours."
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