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X360A - GRID 2 First Impressions Preview – Back on the Track… Finally

X360A - It’s hard to believe that with this current console generation’s obsession with sequelitis and franchise saturation that one of the era’s greatest and most applauded racing titles has yet to see a sequel. Every time we mentioned Codemasters in a news article, feature or on the forums, at least one person asked the age-old question: “Where the bloody hell is the GRID sequel?” That has been the situation since the original Race Driver: GRID graced our consoles back in 2008…yes, a whopping 4 years ago. Thankfully, Codemasters answered our prayers in August, announcing the return of the franchise, citing a summer 2013 release for its return. With this in mind, we headed over to Codemasters’ Southam HQ recently to get our hands-on the latest build and to see whether the franchise still has its spark. (Culture, GRID 2, Xbox 360)

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