Racing games sure have advanced since GameZone started playing years ago. They use to be content with just arcade style racing games and their only concerned were the graphics. Then the genre seemed to shift to a more simulation-based experience with the release of Gran Turismo for the PlayStation. They went from only having a handful of cars to having a virtual garage with a seemingly limitless number of cars. Then they started fussing over having the ability to tweak and customize all of their cars to the smallest detail. It seems they're no longer content with just a simple racing experience nowadays.