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Blur

Blur (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Action Racing
Developer: Bizarre Creations

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
05/25/2010
EU
??/??/2009
AU
??/??/2009

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Staff Reviews

Blur review (Xbox 360)

Reviewed June 07, 2010

Jason Venter says: "the weapons that you have at your disposal aren't particularly thrilling. The most explosive of them are the homing missiles, as well as mines that sit on tracks like rubber balls with black rings around them. The mines are easily avoided and even the missiles can be shaken from your trail with a well-timed swerve. Shields and nitrous boosts look to add strategy to the proceedings, plus I like the fact that you can hold as many as three items at once, but the races are so focused on providing a frantic experience that any of that theoretical strategy is rendered null and void. You'll quickly discover that in most instances, you can do alright by using items immediately rather than hoarding them."
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