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Need for Speed: Carbon: Own the City Videos and Trailers - GBA

Game Description:Take control of the city into your own hands with this portable version of Need for Speed Carbon. Set in an open-world east coast city, the crew-based game challenges you to finally put an end to an ongoing turf war. To do so, you'll need to build a dominant crew, defeat your most bitter rivals, and outrun the cops. Crew management is key to winning. Pick two wingmen, then kick their skills into gear mid-race to gain the upper hand. Win circuits, sudden-death knockouts, sprints, and other events to take over your opponents' turf, one neighborhood at a time. Customizable options include your crew's logo, soundtrack, and 25 licensed, tunable cars.
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