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Submitted by Lucario 1095d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: NASCAR The Game: Inside Line Review

DHGF: After the giddiness of that one successful attempt to play online I thought perhaps they had solved the issues. Then my 360 crashed at the end of that race, the achievement notice for playing an online game (truly an achievement when you consider last year) conflicting with something in the game and causing a hard lock. So last year the game crashed before the online race began, now it crashed at the end. Progress? Sadly after this initial attempt I have been once again unable to race online. I don’t get it. I started to think maybe it was me. After all there ARE people playing online…a few any way. So I went online thinking maybe there was a solution to my issues. One Google search later told me that sadly I was not the only person afflicted by this problem. So I don’t know what to tell you. Maybe you’ll get lucky? (NASCAR The Game; Inside Line, Xbox 360) -

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