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Submitted by s8anicslayer 563d ago | review

Kotaku - Real Racing 3 is a Beautiful Game Strangled By Freemium Nonsense

Kotaku - "In 2009, Australian developer Firemint released Real Racing for the iPhone, stunning mobile gamers with amazing visuals and setting the standard for realistic mobile racing games. In 2010 the studio released Real Racing 2, adding licensed cars from major manufacturers and online play for up to 16 players. In May of 2011, EA acquired Firemint, merging it with fellow Australian studio Iron Monkey to form Firemonkeys, and now we have Real Racing 3, the prettiest mobile racing game you'll ever sit around waiting for." (Android, iPad, iPhone, Real Racing 3) -

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