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Project Gotham Racing – Consumer Guide

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According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Lyrics

Parents wont have much to fear from Project Gotham Racing. This is a driving game with realistic physics and controls. The only objectionable content might be the way the game allows you to crash into walls and other cars at high rates of speed with little in the way of consequences. Bizarre Creations and Microsoft have even gone so far as to put a little disclaimer up before the title game pointing out that people shouldnt drive like this in the real world.

Hardcore racing fans should find enough realism and adrenaline-pumping action in Project Gotham Racings gameplay to keep them satisfied, but the rather limited number of vehicles might be a turn off.

Fans of Gran Turismo will like what Project Gotham Racing brings to the table, but the difference in gameplay—with its emphasis on style—will leave most preferring Sonys GT series.

Casual gamers will undoubtedly find Project Gotham Racing worth playing—its loaded with style, pretty graphics, and is one of the showcases for Microsofts fledgling console.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing gamers will miss out on the solid soundwork and the radio stations, but otherwise will have no problem playing the game.

Category Tags
Platform(s): Xbox  
Developer(s): Bizarre Creations  
Publisher: Microsoft  
Genre(s): Driving  
ESRB Rating: Everyone  
Articles: Consumer Game Guides  

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