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Submitted by Wiiloveit 755d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: NASCAR The Game: Inside Line - Wii Review

"In the spirit of healthy competition, some of the most treasured wins are those secured under the threat of well-matched rivals. Narrow victories indeed make participation and top-tier placement all the more gratifying, hence why clearance standards are implemented in the professional sporting world to help foster such outcomes. As one of the world's most recognized brands in the field of motorsports, NASCAR has built a reputation on the lasting appeal of its high-octane races, as well as the huge community following that has accompanied its growth in acclaim and immersion into pop culture. To then translate these regulated standards of tense racing to the videogame space seems like a formula for success -- one that multiple development teams and publishers have tried to perfect on multiple occasions, to varying levels of success." -- Wiiloveit.com (NASCAR The Game; Inside Line, Wii) 67/100

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