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Insidegamingdaily - Grid 2 preview

“Be fast, be first, be famous” is the player-experience mantra behind the forthcoming much-anticipated racing title GRID 2. Developer Codemasters started talking about the game as far back as last August, and the GRID 2 team finally got a chance to put their pedal where their metal is by giving us the chance to get behind the virtual wheel and throw fast cars around varied types of tracks. As with its 2008 predecessor, GRID 2 is less about actually ‘simulating’ racing (in a dry, niggly, technical sense) than it is about the sheer dramatic, engaging fun of a total-immersion racing experience—one that aims to capture not only the character of the various cars and the nuances of how they handle, but the oil-rags-to-riches thrill of moving up from the status of unknown driver to that of world-famous motor-sports superstar. (GRID 2, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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