A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
You are street racing at high speeds.
Violence & Scariness
Cars spin off course, but unlike some racer games, they do not explode into a ball of flames when they crash into other cars or objects along the course. If you spin out, you still have a chance to get back in the game.
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Products & Purchases
You will be driving officially licensed vehicles from such manufacturers as Lexus and BMW.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this is a highly entertaining racing game, though some parents may feel it's materialistic and glamorizes street races. You won't find any billboards flashing sponsor logos, and all manufacturers' logos are subtle, but cars from top auto manufacturers are used in the game.
Is It Any Good?
The controls are easy to maneuver, giving players a true sense of speed that makes every turn feel like you're actually behind the wheel of a high-performance racecar. If you spin out or veer off the racetrack, you can quickly recover and get back into the game, adding an element of excitement to each session. The soundtrack consists of an impressive lineup of hip-hop, rock, dance hall, and electronic artists. Other sounds noticeable throughout the game are crashes, which are not very realistic.
This edition offers many updates, including an impressive lineup of vehicles -- players can choose from more than 50 licensed vehicles produced by some of the top manufacturers in the business. There are several classes of cars represented in the game, and each has its own unique features.
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