Boomtown writes: "How does the PlayStation 3 version of Race Driver: GRID stack up against the Xbox 360 game we reviewed last week?
We don't get many opportunities to write second opinions or cover both versions of a game. Most publishers have to be harassed to send out one review copy, let alone three. But Codemasters did us proud and sent us out both console versions and the PC version to review (which Harry will also be covering), giving us a chance to not only provide you with two opinions, but also cover any differences there may be between the different versions.
I enjoy writing second opinions more than I do a standard review. It gives me a chance to concentrate on the emotions experienced and my feelings towards the game, rather than having to concentrate on the details as someone has already done that hard work for me (thanks Harry!). And the word emotion is very pertinent to Race Driver: Grid as it relies heavily on wow moments, delivered mainly by the excellent Flashback function and spectacular crashes, to deliver its gaming experience, rather than solid handling like other racing games."