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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 796d ago | review

TouchGen: Real Racing 3 Review

TouchGen: You suspect there was always going to be a trade-off for ‘Real Racing 3’ when EA acquired Firemint. What the franchise now gains in authenticity and pizzazz, it can be argued it loses in a little bit of soul. Nowhere is this better displayed than with the visual quality of the game; a few months ago, I was seen on these very same TouchGen pages slobbering like a lusty teenager about how great looking EA’s other recent racing title ‘Need For Speed: Most Wanted’ was. And I meant everything I said at the time, it’s a beautiful game. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Real Racing 3) 4/5

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