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Fatal Inertia Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Who ever thought physics could be so much fun? In the 22nd century, racing combined with flight, demolition derby, and battle to create the world's most loved – and fatal – sport. Reach speeds of up to 500 miles per hour as you race over untamed wilderness, including glaciers, rainforests, and canyons of razor-sharp rock. Each ship, gliding just feet above the ground, is armed with a variety of unconventional weapons – all of which change something about the physics of the race, be it velocity, force, or even time. Use explosive magnets to change racecraft stability or rockets to change velocity. Full racer customization and online multiplayer mean you can keep coming back!
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