Blur Exclusive Debut Trailer

Prepare to be shocked and awed with this incredible new racer!

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cronaldo75294d ago

Now crashers have a game to play.

LightofDarkness5294d ago

So they took some buzzwords from Burnout and turned them into Wipeout style weapons that don't make much sense... she ain't the prettiest girl on the block either.

Daoshai5294d ago

I think it looks like a lot of fun.

360 man5294d ago

the graphics are actually worser than pgr 3 let alone pgr 4

Daoshai5294d ago (Edited 5294d ago )

haha you used the word "worser"
360man's grammar is the bestest


EVERY Blur Game Ever

Whilst it’s rather disappointing that there are no new Blur games on the way, we can still look back at the series and reminisce.

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Kumakai1298d ago

there was more than one? man i must have really checked out after the first one.... or my lack of interest is showing. that game was..... not great.

SickSinceSix1298d ago

"there was more than one?" This is exactly what I just thought too. I just remember the one on PS360 and PC. The game was fun but I didn't play it much tbh

IRetrouk1298d ago

Wanted to love this game so much, but just couldn't, it was the cars handling more than anything else, why they couldn't have kept or remade the pgr handling model is anyone's guess.

JonTheGod1297d ago

2 mobile variants and a cancelled sequel do not a franchise make.

Gunstar751297d ago

Blur was a great game. Such a shame Bizaree Creations went bust.

Azraeia1297d ago

Tbf didn't know there was more than one. But looking at the other games in this list no wonder the series died after the first major title. Racing is an awkward series to compete in imo. You can't really go down the simulation route cause games like Forza have got that covered and if you want arcade smash up style racing then just play the old NFS or Burnout.


Nine Xbox 360/PlayStation 3 Cult Classics That Deserve An HD Release

There were a number of cult classics that didn't sell like gangbusters, but still worked their way into gamers' hearts. Here's WWG list of nine great titles that deserve a second chance on newer consoles

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evilkillerk2331d ago

Blurs servers were the main issue but would love to see it return.

AZRoboto2331d ago

I'll point out that these games are all from the X360/PS3 era - they've already had HD releases when they first came out. Split/Second and Blur - with the crazy vehicle physics capable today, why would we not want sequels to them?

The other games, all a matter of opinion of course, but... thank you for your ads between every single game. /s

TheDCD2331d ago

Problem with sequels is that they aren't very likely. Activision dropped Blur like a bad habit, and Disney isn't doing games anymore. So I'll happily take the originals.

Relientk772331d ago

Remember Me
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning

Miss_Weeboo2331d ago

Alan Wake
Lost Odyssey
Demon Souls

TheDCD2330d ago

As much as I'd kill for a Demon's Souls remake, isn't likely. We'll probably get Bloodborne 2 instead.

PhoenixUp2330d ago

Dafuq kinda title is that? These games were already released on HD consoles though...

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Games that should have had sequels (Part 2)

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

A continuation of the article from Pierre-Yves yesterday, Hamza now shares his thoughts on the matter. We all have games that just resonated for us. Maybe they were part of a series that came to an end (when was the last proper Shining Force game?) or a single game that just never garnered even one follow-up title (I'm looking at you, Heavenly Sword). Here are a handful of other games we would make a case for.

Narco Police

In 1988, Wasteland was released to the MS-DOS to widespread critical acclaim. So influential was the game that it played an instrumental role in the development of the now-iconic Fallout series, which is considered the spiritual successor to Wasteland. In 2014 a sequel was announced, and in the following year the cleverly titled Wasteland 2 made its way to the PC. Among the key people who worked on it were Chris Avellone and Brian Fargo - two of the most notable personalities behind the first two Fallout games. If Wasteland could finally get a proper sequel nearly three decades later, then I think another game from the same era should also deserve similar respect and follow-up.