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Submitted by JimmyJames70 713d ago | article

GRID 2 Puts You Back in the Drivers Seat

The first GRID came out in 2008 and was very well received. The concept of GRID has you start off as a nobody and then you have to rise up in the racing world to become the best. To do that, you had to win races, gain sponsorships and then please the sponsors by beating competitors. Races took place all over the world in all kinds of situations with many different types of cars. From the cities to the mountains, if you can race on those roads, then GRID took you there. Now, almost five years later, Codemasters is back with GRID 2. (GRID 2, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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