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Project Gotham Racing 2 Latest News - XBX

Game Description:Project Gotham Racing returns with more speed and style. Improving on the success of the first Project Gotham Racing for Xbox, PGR 2 still centers around the Kudos system. Earn Kudos by pulling off tricks, power slides, two-wheel turns and combinations. You must win not only by being the fastest, but the slickest, sickest racer of them all! PGR 2 also boasts more incerdibly detailed and photorealistic courses and cars. Race through Chicago, Edinburgh, Moscow and Florence. Drive the Ferrari Enzo, Porsche GT2, BMW Z4, Pontiac GTO, Mini Cooper S and more. Play online with Xbox Live against your friends, or hook up a system link for head-to-head competition.
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  • Xbox Live: In Memoriam

    Microsoft plans to pull the plug on the original Xbox Live service at some point today, but already we can't help but miss our good friend. Back when we were young, it taught us how to play socially with others yet allowed us creative freedom to sound like robots when we wanted to verbally assault someone in-game with impunity. You were good...

    Posted April 15, 2010

    Xbox Live: In Memoriam
  • 'Project Gotham Racing 2' Review

    Posted: August 12, 2003

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