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Even the bad guys are straight out of some twisted take on the creature cantina, with deformed Gollum-like aliens that yelp like wounded dogs when shot, gawky androids, and even creeps that look like robotic Zulu warriors.
The art-house vibe is very strong with this one. Maybe, it's a little too strong.
Story History It all started 20 years ago as the game developer Accolade released Test Drive (1987) for DOS, Atari ST and Commodore 64.
This was the beginning of the longest running racing game franchise in the history. September 2006 brought the owners of Xbox 360 the 13th title of the series (and they welcomed it open heartedly).