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Project Gotham Racing 3 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Style rules the road in this ultra-realistic stunt-driving racer. The first hi-def incarnation of Project Gotham Racing brings 80 of the world's hottest supercars from Lamborghini, Ferrari, and more. Each is re-created with uncanny realism, right down to individually recorded engine roars. The racing environments are just as realistic, with New York, Tokyo, and other metropolises rendered with motion-captured crowds and ambient sound recordings made in the cities themselves. Execute dizzying powerslides, 360s, jumps, and other stunts to earn Kudos points. Flash your skills before a worldwide online audience with GothamTV, which lets you watch any player on live feeds, race head-to-head, and get instant updates when buddies break records.
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  • Five Years Later: 30 Minutes With Three Xbox 360 Launch Titles

    This week marked the five-year anniversary of Microsoft’s Xbox 360. As we do with all big anniversaries, the staff put together a piece about our favorite 360 memories, and as I was writing mine, I couldn’t help but think, “Gee, I wonder if those launch games that I haven’t played since, well, launch are as...

    Posted November 26, 2010

    Five Years Later: 30 Minutes With Three Xbox 360 Launch Titles

 


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