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BAJA 1000 Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:You'd have to be crazy to try to race 1000 kilometers through the deserts of Mexico. Nothing but you, an off-road vehicle, and a long stretch of intense, rugged terrain. But every year, people do it anyway. Why not you? The actual event organizers oversaw every aspect of the game, down to the effect dust has on your engine. More than 90 categories from the real event, including Trophy Trucks, Class I, Motorcycles, and ATVs, are available as you attempt to be first across the finish line and keep your vehicle in one piece. You'll see shortcuts on every part of the track - but do you have what it takes to make it through?
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  • THQ And Activision Settle Cover Art Dispute

    Remember when we told you earlier that THQ had a problem with the box art for Activision's SCORE International Baja 1000 The Official Game? Activision has gone ahead and changed the box art on their off road video game, Baja 1000: The Official Game to avoid a possible lawsuit with THQ. The original packaging looked very similar to that of...

    Posted November 20, 2008| 1 Comment

    THQ And Activision Settle Cover Art Dispute

 


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