Ridge Racer Unbounded Previews - PS3

Game Description: Ridge Racer Unbound takes the Ridge Racer series in whole new direction by adding a punishing dose of destruction to the familiar arcade gameplay. Players will careen through the competition using their four-wheeled street-racing thoroughbreds as high-octane wrecking machines with a new mantra – Drive, Destroy, Dominate.
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    Ridge Racer Unbounded Hands-On Impressions -- Speed and Destruction in the Streets of Shatter Bay

    Why just race when you can put your need for speed to good, destructive use? Glad you asked, because we sought to answer this very question during our latest hands-on session with Bugbear Entertainment's arcade racer.

    Posted: Oct 10, 2011

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    Ridge Racer Unbounded Preview E3 2011

    The Ridge Racer series comes roaring back to HD-era consoles with Ridge Racer: Unbounded. A departure from previous Ridge Racer titles, we got a look at Unbounded during E3 2011.

    Posted: Jun 9, 2011

  • Ridge Racer Unbounded "Create or Destroy" Trailer

    Posted: August 11, 2011

    2,179 Views | 01:54

  • Ridge Racer Unbounded Cinematic Trailer

    Posted: April 15, 2011

    4,052 Views | 00:31

  • Ridge Racer Unbounded Debut Trailer

    Posted: February 4, 2011

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