Now I don't know how indicative these trailers are of what Bizarre Creations' Blur actually looks like with a controller in your hand, but they remind me of the now-we're-going-really-fast-bro moments in The Fast and the Furious combined with the paranormal fun of Ghostbusters.
You may think those cars are engulfed in electricity or even flames, but you'd be wrong. I'm telling you, it's the ghosts. Plus, Ghostbusters NES had realistic driving simulation in it. This basically is the sequel, guys.
The little beginning segment alludes to Blur's social networking/community stuff, but honestly, it's all about those power-ups. Again, if these videos are representative of the full game, anyone who isn't in last place will be getting shot at constantly, meaning lots of potential crashes.
Kids, if a stranger offers you a blue shell, just say "no."
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