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GRID Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description:Does the hunger for the race overtake you? Then you belong in the GRID. Race all over the world on beautifully and realistically rendered tracks. Use the accurate driving physics to your advantage as you take on different types of races. Head to Japan for not-quite-legal import drift racing in industrial parks and back streets in the black of night. Step into an exotic like a Ferrari or Lamborghini and take on the toughest tracks in Europe. Or put the hammer down in some classic American muscle for drag races right here in the U.S. of A. Then take your skills online and race against people from all over the world!
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