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Test Drive: Eve of Destruction Latest News - PS2

  • Publisher: Atari
  • Genre:Action, Racing
  • Developer: Monster Games, Inc.
  • Release Date:Aug 25, 2004
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:T - Teen (Titles rated "Teen (T)" may be suitable for ages 13 and older, and may contain violent content, mild, or strong language, and/or suggestive themes.)
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Game Description:Test Drive: Eve of Destruction is a mash 'em up, pedal to the metal racer. From intense Demolition Derbies to insane Suicide Races, you'll take your car through 25 ruthless events. Choose from over 30 vehicles including cars, buses, ambulances and hearses! Race in one-offs, mold an infamous career, or run your friends off the road in split-screen head-to-heads. Eve of Destruction also features real-life footage and a thrashing, heavy metal soundtrack.
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  • Atari To Revive '90s Franchises in 2010: 'Baldur's Gate', 'Test Drive', And More

    Hey, remember the '90s? Sure, we all do! It was the decade when BioWare got to show how awesome it was with the its Baldur's Gate role-playing games for PC and Test Drive was still a top-tier racing-game franchise. Atari is planning to bring those series back...but not until 2010. Eurogamer reports: "Atari plans to revisit the likes of...

    Posted December 2, 2008| 16 Comments

    Atari To Revive '90s Franchises in 2010: 'Baldur's Gate', 'Test Drive', And More

 


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