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Submitted by Tyrus_91 870d ago | preview

How Real Racing 3 takes mobile gaming up a gear

MMGN.com: "It's only been three years since the debut of Real Racing on iOS devices, but the series has swiftly sped into the forefront of the portable racing scene as EA's flagship franchise for its impressive HD graphics, fun multiplayer and extreme attention to detail. In less than a day, Real Racing 3 is set to be released on iOS and Android devices, and it looks set to steer into even greater territory."

"MMGN had the opportunity to attend the launch of Real Racing 3 today in a EA-hosted Melbourne event, and had some hands-on time with the game as well as a chat with members of the game's local development team, Firemonkey Studio -- a merger between original developer Firemint and Iron Monkey -- and I got a good look and feel of how much more has been added, improved and optimised in the pick-up-and-play racer." (Android, EA, Firemonkeys, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, Real Racing 3)

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