Unlike a game like Gran Turismo, developer CodeMasters has the talent to add fun into a driving game, primarily through the AI of the CPU controlled competitors. In my opinion the underrated Race Driver V8 Supercars (as it was known in this country in 2004) was a fantastic example of making your computer opponents feel real as they diced with each other for space on track.
Fast forward a couple of years, and a couple of other franchises and CodeMasters released Race Driver GRID, an innovative racing game that first introduced the ‘rewind’ feature prevalent in so many other racing games today.
“We’re determined to make GRID 2 the sequel the original game deserves.” Says Clive Moody, senior executive producer at CodeMasters “GRID broke ground and we’ve had to wait for technology to mature so we can meet our aspirations to do so again. This progress combined with our hugely talented and experienced team at CodeMasters Racing means we can once again set new standards for the genre”
First up you have a decision to make – single player (with some split screen fun if need be) or online multiplayer mayhem
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