Split/Second Previews - Xbox 360

Game Description: Experience some of the most outrageous and over-the-top racing action ever in this blistering, high octane driving game. Trigger jaw-dropping levels of devastation and destruction as you compete for fame and glory on an explosive racing-based reality show. Battle the computer or challenge your friends online in one of the most thrilling racing games of this generation.
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    GDC 2010: Split/Second Preview

    Split/Second promises to deliver high octane thrills and spills on a massive scale. But will it be able to outrun the constant comparisons to the Burnout series?

    Posted: Mar 10, 2010

  • Morgan Saves: Great Games, Discount Prices 3/28/12

    Posted: March 28, 2012

    4,632 Views | 02:43

  • Best of 2010: Best Racing Game

    Posted: December 14, 2010

    11,672 Views | 01:29

  • Split/Second: Survival at the Rock DLC Trailer

    Posted: October 13, 2010

    1,564 Views | 01:18

  • Split/Second Review

    Posted: June 22, 2010

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