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Submitted by kewlrats 775d ago | article

Detroit Auto Show 2013: Kia, Ford, Chevy and Scion bring gaming and cars together

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"Giant gaming rigs, touch screens and motion seats, yah! Auto makers bring games and gaming culture to the automotive masses." (Gran Turismo 5, PC, Pong, PS3, Xbox 360)

broli4000  +   776d ago
I always love those large rigs to simulate movement. It shows that a team is dedicated to replicating the feel of car racing not only in-game but in person.

That Kia game looked terrible though. I can't believe they actually brought that out there as thought it would impress anyone.
kewlrats  +   776d ago
It was pretty bad. They stuck it in a corner of their booth away from heavy traffic. Rightfully so, since it was atrocious.

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