Summary: I bought the game needing a PS3, and it came as Blur for XBox, not PS3- we don't have an Xbox! Luckily when I spoke with Customer Service, they were able to exchange it, and in time for my husbands birthday.
Conclusion: "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" they say, and even though such endeavors in today's gaming world will earn you more lawsuits than gratitude, the truth is, ripping off ideas from existing intellectual properties plays a big part in how the gaming industry evolves. Case in point: Bizarre Creations' Blur, a game that gives a nod to Mario Kart and it's legions of knock-offs, all while biting its thumb in their general direction.
Pros: Excellent Presentation Balanced list of power ups and weapons Tons of vehicles to unlock Navigating the chaos is super fun
Cons: Virtually non-existent music Sliding into turns is dicey Inconsistent difficulty curve at times
Summary: its a very nice game. it a blend of most wanted, mario kart and twisted metal... beautiful visuals, the gameplay and speed is great, a must buy if you are looking for a racing game with a difference.
Summary: Thats about it... I havent had much of a chance to play it. But it seems very much like Wipeout or Twisted Metal... I have yet to try that other game split/ second so I can't judge between the two.. But I would have to say If Wipeout (ie collection charges) to use on your competitors.. this is your kind of thing.. Its done well..