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Submitted by 4logpc 232d ago | review

AiRace Speed Review: The Need For Speed | For the Love of Gaming

AiRace Speed, developed by Qubic Games, sees you racing through 18 different levels with various goals attached to them. For the most part, all you have to do is reach the goal in as little of time as possible. There are no rival racers who can get in your way. There are, however, tons of beams, half walls, pistons, and other obstacles that result in instant death should you collide with them head on. (3DS, AiRace Speed) 9/10

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