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Author: fleinn
Posted: September 07, 2011 (01:03 PM)
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:) funny. I.. just played the demo, but I really liked the drifting mechanic. First thing that struck me was "fantasy drifts" - realistic, but exaggerated and generous with the assist. And the demo doesn't explain the entire dream-world thing, so that made more sense now.

..I really miss that arcade racer thing that turned up in Driver, FlatOut (the first PC version) and Destruction Derby, though.. not sure if it lives up to that..


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Author: Calvin
Posted: September 13, 2011 (09:36 PM)
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Just finished this the other day - surprisingly good.

Nice review and I totally agree on UPlay.

Ubisoft's always had a weird approach to online integration. BG&E HD reminded me how awful all that dark room stuff was.


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