This month marks the fifth year since the original Asphalt game was released on the DS and the now defunct Nokia N-Gage. The series has become well know for its hand held routes and the release of Asphalt 5 is in keeping with this reputation. Not many games are able to boast a solely hand held past and in that sense Asphalt is pretty unique. The latest addition to the series sees it sticking to its routes and producing an in depth, value for money racing experience. It has also managed to stay with up with the times and developers Gameloft must have been rubbing their hands together when they heard news of the iPod Touch and iPhones production as in it, they have a device seemingly tailor-made to suit the needs of the title.