It's a playable game but the issue I have with ...
Whirlybird "Whirlybird", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: It's a playable game but the issue I have with it is one others who've reviewed this title also have and that is its lack of remap able keys. Not everyone plays games the same way so it only makes sense that game developers think this way as well.
Summary: Let me preface this by saying that I'm a fan of the racing genre. I've been playing games the NFS and Gran Turismo games since they debuted more than a decade ago. That being said, blur doesn't deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence. It'll hold your attention for a couple hours, but only until you realize that it doesn't get better. Quite the opposite. I suppose it can be alright for the casual player but that's about it.
Summary: Almost perfect, but falls short in all around game. Pro's- Looks good Easy to learn Mario Kart for adults Online is Good A lot to do Con's- Gets a little hard as you progress Way too many hard requirements Old too fast The game is still great, but after a few days the repetiveness and crazy things you have to do catches up. must rent game. If you like the hard stuff, this game is for you.
Summary: This seems to be a racing season. A number of new racing games have been or are to be released. But not all GTs are created equal. Only last week I was playing Split/Second and now the long awaited BLUR is out. Since both games are more Arcade-racers than Simulators, I decided to do a side-by-side review. What BLUR has over SPLIT/SECOND: (a) Licensed cars. Fantasy cars look great but it is always more satisfying to drive real supercars.