Summary: Blur is a awsome racing game it has basic controlls gas is R2 the power shoot button is X. the campain is easy but i have it on easy. in the campain you have to get fan points to get new cars. in diffrent levels you can do diffrent things for ex, level 3 you do mostly distructoidshoot,when you shoot light purple power and you try to hit other cars and get the most points you can. A HIT = CERTAIN MOUNT OF SECONDS AND POINTS. I would recomend this game to anyone.
Summary: I think this game is a good mix between old fashioned Need For Speed racing and Burn Out. It can be rough racing with everyone blowing eachother up, but that's part of what makes it enjoyable.
Summary: In 2001, Criterion Games changed the arcade racing genre by releasing a game called Burnout. With the focus on crashes and showing off, the genre was about more than just speed. A decade later, Bizarre Creations has brought us the next step. Fasten your seatbelts and prepare for mayhem: this is Blur. The concept for Blur seems simple, and makes you wonder why it hasn't been done before.
Summary: Blur is definitely one of the best racing games I have ever played to date. Blur takes the realism of racing games like Forza or NFS and combines the power-up concepts of Mario Kart and combines them into a very sleek and very awesome racing game. The look of dark realism from the cars and environments combined with the vibrant neon colors of the power-ups is a nice contrast and gives Blur a unique, eye-popping feel.
Summary: I know most people out there have always wondered what would happen if Mario Kart and Need for Speed met and had a baby? Well folks, "Blur" would be the result. Imagine you are in a ZR1 (Corvette for the vehichluarly challenged) and first place is just out of reach. You probably tell yourself, "well...second place aint that bad". Now in Blur, second place is the least of your worries. At best, you got one car in front of you and 18 behind you.