darkknightbob's Blur (PlayStation 3) review

Have at you sir!

 The major online bugs have just this second been patched. 
 
The experience is really well laid out with some refreshing style brought to what is essentially a kart/racing game. 
 
People who have wanted something similiar to the NFS series but couldn't find something that was instantly accesible should go for this. 
 
Everything is streamlined with very low loading times. 
 
There may be an intial confusion over cars abilities but overall you'll find one thatfits your style. 
 
Single  and multiplayer are very well balanced where not only is the lead position almost always uncertain, there are so many players that being at the back of the pack still brings its rewards so you will findless rage quitting going on.

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