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V8 Challenge on PS3

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V8 Challenge is a Racing game available on the PS3.

V8 Challenge is a Racing game. Racing games, although sometimes seen as a sporting sub category, are a well established video game genre in their own right.


We have our reporters and community keeping an eye on Superstars V8 Racing Next Challenge for you, and we'll keep you up to date with the latest developments as they happen.


Returning Gamer review Tue, 08 Jun 2010

V8 Superstars is a serious racing game which doesn't do anything wrong, but the novelty and splendour of a genre that enraptured me years ago simply isn't there. Older, wiser and a bit more pragmatic, I now know that I prefer arcade racers more than simulations.

It was university that triggered my temporary retreat from gaming. I was too busy working, and when I wasn't I was out partying to celebrate it. There wasn't space for gaming.
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Teen Gamer review Sun, 16 May 2010

I ducked Superstars V8 Racing Next Challenge technical challenge and found just as much fun racing in terms with my family. For petrol heads the main game offers plenty of v8 detail, but for people like me there is still some competitive racing to be had - even if we had to take it in turns.

Licensed by the Italian Championship racing league, Superstars V8 Racing Next Challenge gets you out on the track to test your skills with V8 engines. It features some of the most important car manufacturers in the whole world, such as BMW, Audi and Jaguar, and sporting top class production cars. From car design to technical engine features, from the setting of the races to the turns of the tracks, everything has been designed in authenticity to the real thing.
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