Racing (Arcade-Style)

Arcade games are games with a gameplay style similar to those found in coin-operated video games. Styles include "unique" gameplay ideas such as Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, through racing and flight games that forgo real-world physics and settings for "over the top" action. This is a very diverse genre that spans most anything that has ever been found in a coin-op cabinet.

Submitted by StingingVelvet on 1 April, 2009 - 02:52

Wheelman

Wheelman is an over-the-top open-world driving and shooting game developed by Vin Diesel's development studio, Tigon Studios and published by both Ubisoft and Midway. Diesel himself lends his likeness and voice to the game, which focuses strongly on feeling like an action movie. Gameplay mostly consists of insane driving through Barcelona with no focus at all on realism and instead a concentration of feeling like an action movie filled with stunts and insane chases. If you like crazy fun gameplay more than polish and graphics, Wheelman might be worth a chance purchase.

Submitted by Anonymous on 1 June, 2008 - 02:47

Trials 2 Second Edition

Trials 2 is an amazing racing "platformer" that puts you (a dirt bike rider) through different stunts, obstacle courses and trials. The obstacle courses in particular have strong platforming elements such as precise movement and timed jumps. The game offers ranking and profiles on their leader boards. It is available for direct download, or through Steam, for $9.99. Probably be tbest $10 I've spent in a long time. Do yourself a favor and grab the demo from - http://www.redlynxtrials.com

Submitted by Tanuki on 11 April, 2008 - 02:45

Need for Speed: ProStreet

This NFS game was developed by EA Black Box. Cars, modes, damage models, repaints, body customization, online, tracks, and some dude named Ryo. I got nothing for you here. Sorry. Just a blank void.

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