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Submitted by -Mezzo- 697d ago | interview

X360A - GRID 2 Interview – James Nicholls Talks Challenges, ESPN and Cockpits

X360A - Four wheels and a metal box. Innovating within the racing genre must be tough given that the car hasn't really changed much since it was invented. Sure, it can go faster, handles better, looks nicer and... actually, cars have changed a lot, haven't they?

And so too has GRID it seems, with the sequel looking to push the envelope, taking its unique narrative aspects and grounding it all within a believable world, with ESPN SportsCenter reporting on your every move and achievement. (GRID 2, James Nicholls, Xbox 360)

SOD_Delta  +   697d ago
No cockpit view, No purchase.
Daves  +   693d ago
I disagreed with the above. But then thought I should not have as that is your opinion.

So I gave you a bubble instead.

But for me, I have never enjoyed driving lob sided through a slit of a window, I'll be happy with bonnet view until a decent cockpit camera is introduced one day.
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