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FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage Videos and Trailers - Xbox 360

Game Description:Just when you thought is was safe to get back on the road, FlatOut blows you away with yet another explosive action-racer! FlatOut: Ultimate Carnage is made with the 360 in mind, giving a turbo boost to its award-winning, million-selling predecessor, FlatOut2. And if you thought that was an adrenaline shot, wait until you see what's waiting in Ultimate Carnage. You'll find seven all-new modes (five single and two multiplayer), including Deathmatch Derby, Carnage and Beat the Bomb. On-screen racing has increased from eight cars to a staggering twelve, with downloadable content and stunning graphics. Your opponents will see every particle as you leave them in the dust.
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