Blur for PlayStation 3
PS3

Blur

May 25, 2010
7.99
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Average
431st of 1270

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Blur is the ultimate powered-up racing experience, dropping you into electrified action with a mass of cars targeting the finish line and battling each other as they trade paint in both single player and multiplayer action. Travel the globe from LA and San Francisco to Spain, the UK and more to take on the best the streets have to offer. Utilize an arsenal of powerups like nitro speed boosts, shock attacks, defensive shields, and landmines to beat your rivals across the finish line. You choose how and when to use your arsenal of powerups for ultimate impact in a race where the outcome is never certain.

Gamer Reviews

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Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
7.97
Sammy BarkerJun 01, 2010
Blur's single-player campaign is fine, but it's all a bit ordinary. You compete in various races, earning lights and unlocking more of the same. There are various modes to shake things up - destruction has you taking out cars for time bonuses, and checkpoints are a fun twist on time-trials - but there's nothing really that takes advantage of Blur's unique mix of inspiration. It feels a bit flat.
Cameron TeagueMay 28, 2010
Blur is one robust package brimming with good times to be had. While the power ups are nothing new to racing fans, the way the cars react to being damaged by each adds a unique touch to the game. Plenty of side objectives, various locales and and one hell-of-a-online mode await you inside Blur. The game is not perfect, though, as there could have been more play modes within the career, the visuals for the most part feel very outdated compared to recent games like Split/Second and the offline split screen is poorly implemented.
Tom Mc SheaMay 25, 2010
Thankfully, the lame split-screen mode and unremarkable visuals won't keep you from enjoying this exciting racing game. The odd combination of Mario Kart and PGR is surprisingly fun, and the added rewards system makes it extremely difficult to put this racer down. Blur is so fast and fun to control that you can lose hours slamming into enemies and racking up fans, always coming back for one more race before you turn the system off and walk away. This unlikely marriage has created an offspring that does a fine job of honoring its well-respected parents.

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