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Submitted by barkingspace 825d ago | review

Toronto Thumbs Review: NASCAR The Game: Inside Line

From the Review:

"I never really understood NASCAR until I started playing Gran Turismo 5. Like a lot of people that I have spoken to about this particular facet of racing, I would get hung up on the simplicity of the track. However, after taking GT5′s course on NASCAR (“taught” by Jeff Gordon), I immediately did a 180 and came to really respect those divers and their teams. Eutechnyx’s NASCAR the Game: Inside Line is a racing game that is obviously devoted to one type of racing; and whether you are a fan of NASCAR or automobile racing in general, you will find that Eutechnyx greatly capitalizes on this specialization with a very thorough and enjoyable single-player experience. The multi-player, on the other hand needs work." (NASCAR The Game; Inside Line, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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