Racing gamers typically fall into 2 categories:Gran Turismo fans and Kart racers. Finally bridging that gap between more mature styled art and gameplay with high-intensity racing innovation are Split Second, and Blur
Uh ... no. It's three categories: 1. Kart racers (ie MK) 2. Simulation racers (ie GT) 3. arcade racers (ie NFS) Split/Second and Blur fall into the third category, with both featuring a little bit of category 1.
Split Second is TERRIBLE Point made..
Then there's stuff like Trackmania for the PC. That might have a hardcore online community but overall its a pretty casual, accessible game. Burnout Paradise?
Trackmania is actually a lot of fun, there is a free version on Steam for anyone to download, I recommend it.
Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing Modnation Racers Blur Split/Second all looks like one helluva distraction from GT5 just around the corner.
I'm going to have to play some Trackmania now.
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