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Submitted by theracinggamer 2106d ago | article

TheRacingGamer's Top 5 Racing Game Franchise

Because you like to go fast, TheRacingGamer.com runs down the greatest racing video games of all time.

No. 5 Test Drive
One of the oldest racing franchises is also one of the best. Test Drive has a somewhat checkered past, but all of that was forgotten with the release of Test Drive Unlimited in 2006. The "massively multiplayer online" experience featured 1000 miles of virtual Hawaian terrain to explore, and reminded us what Test Drive was capable of.

No. 4 Driver
Not really a racer per say, but a great driving game. Like "Grand Theft Auto" on driving crack. With a friend, the mission-based car games is even better, as two player split screen affords the ability to player tag or cat and mouse for a good four to five hours at a time. Good stuff.

No. 3... (Culture, Driver, Driver 5, Forza Motorsport, Forza Motorsport 2, Forza Motorsport 3, Gran Turismo 3: A Spec, Gran Turismo 4, Gran Turismo 5, Gran Turismo 5: Prologue, Gran Turismo HD Concept, Need For Speed, Need for Speed Carbon, Need for Speed Most Wanted, Need For Speed ProStreet, Need for Speed Underground, Need for Speed: Motor City Online, Need for Speed: Nitro, Need for Speed: Porsche, Need for Speed: Shift, Need for Speed: Undercover, Need for Speed: World Online, PC, PS2, PS3, Test Drive, Test Drive Unlimited, Test Drive Unlimited 2, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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