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Submitted by nullifier 1698d ago | article

Oh Where Art Thou Racing Replays Gone!?

Once upon a time top down racing games were what anyone knew or loved from them. However as time went on and our racing games technologically evolved, a feature called “Replays” started to exist in them. As games graphically got better, they became a way to showcase, highlight, or see crazy moments that one had during said race. So anyone would figure that something like this would never go out of style right? Well over the past couple of years replays have started disappearing from racing games and we’re not entirely sure why. It would seem that on a developers side it has become a mere element from past games and is not really something they should focus on. They think to us it is not a big deal but what they don’t understand is that it is and we want it back! (Bizarre Creations, Criterion, Dev, EA Blackbox, Industry, Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit, PC, PS2, PS3, Retro, Test Drive Unlimited, Wii, Xbox, Xbox 360)

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