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About this game
Content Rating: Everyone
GRID is a racing experience like no other. Offering unrivalled moment-to-moment racing, GRID returns with an all-new experience where every race is the chance to choose your own path, create your own story and conquer the world of motorsport.
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Even though I really appreciate the game’s disciplined vision, there will eventually be time when you have raced through everything the game has going for it and the only thing left is to crave for more of the same good stuff. GRID is quite excellent at what it focuses on but at the end of the say, I’d like to see its superior car handling featured next in an open world game. Only then Forza and The Crew series could have a serious contender to run for their money.
The career mode is a little underwhelming, but Grid’s racing is as on-point as ever. A culmination of Codemasters’ years of experience – combined with brilliant assists and that oh so clever Nemesis system, that makes trading elbows with competitors as much fun as the racing itself – make this an ideal motorsport sim.
Track selection is a little lean with a mix of real world and fictional tracks. Real world tracks hearken from Sepang, Sydney, and Indianapolis while the classic San Francisco track is resurrected. Havana is the site of another fictional track. There are 13 locations that tally up to 80 different routes thanks to being able to play them in reverse. You can also race them at night and in the rain. If you tire of the game’s AI racing, multiplayer racing is also supported.