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Blur - PS3

Game Description: The next racing game from Bizarre Creations, masterminds of Metropolis Street Racer, Geometry Wars, and Project Gotham Racing. Blur is a more "arcadey" take on the genre, swapping technical racing for power-up fueled destructive mayhem, all within the structure of a faux social-network.
G4TV Rating
3 / 5
  • Avg User Rating
    (7 Ratings)
    4.6 / 5
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Blur pledges kart-style racing for adults with its combat-infused gameplay mixed with beautifully rendered supercars. But, if you can't release your inner child and dive into some online hijinks, you might have a hard time enjoying this one.

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    Final Blur Hands-On Preview

    Bizarre Creations' latest racer is just a few weeks from release, and Jake Gaskill has one last update for you.

    Posted: May 12, 2010


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    Blur Hands On Preview

    X-Play

    Morgan Webb talks to Associate Producer Lip Ho about the new multiplatform racing game, Blur. Find out about track locations, power-ups, Boss Cars, offensive weapons, defensive shields and more in this X-Play preview of Blur.

    Posted: May 10, 2010 | 6,891 Views | 04:03


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    DUPLICATE -- PLEASE DELETE

    Patrick Klepek checks out Blur, Bizarre Creations' realistic take on Mario Kart, at PAX 2009 and is more impressed with the game than after E3.

    Posted: Jan 31, 2010


 


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