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Project Gotham Racing 4 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
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4.3 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews

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  • Project Gotham Racing 4 redefines the PGR franchise by delivering a unique, exciting racing experience where dramatic racing action is captured in cinematic style and players are rewarded for showing off their skills and performing precise and jaw-dropping skills and manoeuvres while winning over the hearts of adoring fans online and off
  • PGR4 puts gamers behind the wheel of the world’s most iconic cars, including the 1957 Maserati 250F, 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, 1978 Lamborghini Countach LP400, 1993 Toyota Supra Turbo, and 2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. In addition, for the first time motorcycles from top manufacturers, such as Ducati, BMW and Honda, will be included in the game. Whether in single-player mode or playing with a team of up to seven other drivers, players can choose to race two motorcycles side by side or race with a combination of cars and motorcycles. The game’s unique physics engine enables drivers to pull off incredible driving manoeuvres not found in any other racing game
  • The dramatic new weather system of PGR4 provides a new layer of thrill and excitement to the racing experience by exposing drivers to dynamic weather conditions on their quest to be the best driver in the world
  • Win your way into the racing elite by showing off your superior driving abilities. An improved Kudos reward system has been designed specifically for motorcycles and cars to provide gamers with more incentives to show off their distinctive driving styles. Catch air, wheelie, endo and powerslide your way to victory to gain access to better garages and special races and win fans all over the world
  • PGR4 sets a new standard for racing on Xbox LIVE, allowing drivers to build a global racing community through team-orientated gameplay while making it easy to find their favourite races or images
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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  • ASIN: B000TT7RB2
  • Item Weight: 32 g
  • Release Date: 12 Oct. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,407 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Project Gotham Racing 4 is the highly anticipated next instalment of the blockbuster Project Gotham Racing (PGR) franchise, developed by Bizarre Creations exclusively for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system. With a dramatic new weather system, revamped career mode, revised Kudos system, new tracks and locations as well as the worlds most iconic vehicles, PGR 4 takes racing to a new level of thrill and excitement.

For the first time in PGR history, drivers will have the option of racing a variety of motorcycles from top manufacturers, such as Ducati, BMW and Honda. Whether on two wheels or four, players must perform daring and stylistic moves to win over their fans, who will cheer them on as they follow their road to racing notoriety.

In addition, through a new content server, drivers can save their favourite races and search over Xbox LIVE® for race content that is specific to their interests. Players can find out who has the longest slide or wheelie in Shanghai or St. Petersburg, for example, through the innovative new content server.

  • Project Gotham Racing 4 redefines the PGR franchise by delivering a unique, exciting racing experience where dramatic racing action is captured in cinematic style and players are rewarded for showing off their skills and performing precise and jaw-dropping skills and manoeuvres while winning over the hearts of adoring fans online and off
  • PGR4 puts gamers behind the wheel of the worlds most iconic cars, including the 1957 Maserati 250F, 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray, 1978 Lamborghini Countach LP400, 1993 Toyota Supra Turbo, and 2006 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. In addition, for the first time motorcycles from top manufacturers, such as Ducati, BMW and Honda, will be included in the game. Whether in single-player mode or playing with a team of up to seven other drivers, players can choose to race two motorcycles si


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By Mr X on 10 Feb. 2008
Having thoroughly enjoyed both PGR2 and PGR3, I was eager to get my copy of the newest installment. And I do not regret it one bit. This game has become one of my all-time favourite games in such a short space of time.

Firstly, the positives, and where to start. The graphics on the game are spectacular. One of the things that has always drawn me to the PGR series is the graphics and the amazing street environments you race through. The cities are so accurately depicted and you can really tell how much work the creators have put into them. I can attest to the accuracy of the London environment, and I have friends who live/have lived in some of the other cities who can say the same for theirs! All of the cities from PGR3 have returned as well as some interesting new ones such as Macau, Quebec and Shanghai and others (the Nurburgring is here as always). Each city has its own unique street style providing great variety.
The weather effects are a very good point as well, having improved on the physics from previous games. The new rain and ice effects feel very authentic. The location of puddles at certain corners really forces you to rethink your driving line. The driving physics in this game are as good as ever. You have a real sensation of speed when driving down narrow streets at top speeds.

They have altered the car lineup from PGR3 to give a broader range of car performances rather than purely focusing on supercars (this was a weakness of PGR3 imo). This brings it closer to the good old days of PGR2 where you start off in the small slow cars and work your way up. Whilst the starting cars aren't quite as slow as the mini coopers of PGR2, it's a nice compromise between the 2nd and 3rd game. The range of cars is great though.
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As a huge fan of the original incarnation of Project Gotham (Metropolis Street Racer on the old Sega Dreamcast), I found the first Project Gotham on the Xbox a huge step up in difficulty, and a huge step down in fun. About halfway through the game, no matter how hard i tried, I just couldn't seem to be able to get any further! Probably my lack of skill as a gamer. As such, I was a bit weary about getting Project Gotham 4 for the 360. Needless to say, Those doubts were blow away within minutes of playing it.

The introduction of bikes add a whole new dymanic to the game. They're great! Many times I've taken outside lines around corners on a bike, to leave a Ferrari F40 for dust inside me, or weaved in and out of slower moving cars to zoom from the back of the field to the front. As someone with a keen interest in learning to ride bikes, it gives me the great opportunity to try out some of the best bikes in the world in a realatively realistic simulator.

The introduction of bikes also gives you the chance of completing every challenge in the arcade mode in both a car and a bike, and to see which one you're better with, and if there really is that much of a gap between cars and bikes.

While I've never had the chance to drive any of the cars in the game, especially not the powerful RWD class A cars, the driving seems relatively realistic. The difference in handling between each car is quite apparent, and their personality really shines through, making the game great for multiplayer. Picking something like the MacLaren F1 to race against say a CBR600 isn't automatically a win for the F1! It takes time and effort to learn to drive and ride each of the vehicles.

On the whole, I really like this game.
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The type of games that I play are FPS like Rainbow Six, Halo 3 and Gears of War etc and I'm normally not into driving games but bought this on a whim and I'm completely hooked on it. I love it. You earn Kudos points really quickly enabling you to buy new cars, tracks etc. There's lots of different game modes to play on. Once I've become a bit better then i'm gonna try it on Xbox Live (add me to your friends list "mikebashbauer") Overall its a great game and would recommend it to anyone who likes the driving genre or those have not tried it before like me.
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Well I've been playing this over the weekend, having bought it on Friday.

There are essentially 2 game modes. Arcade and Career. Arcade is a series of events with various difficulty levels (Steel, Bronze, Silver, Gold & Platinum). You can replay these to your hearts content.
Career is calender based. Mess up in one of these tournaments and you'll have to wait until next season to try and improve.

There are over 130 vehicles, ranging from a 1970s Cortina, to the McLaren F1. Each handles differently with ratings for speed, grip, drifting etc.

There are 12 weather conditions from fog, to rain, to snow, to storm.

It all works very well. There are multiple difficulty levels and you are not penalized in any way for playing career on easy, or normal, as opposed to hard.

There is plenty of opportunities for drifting and handbrake turns around hairpin bends and this is where PGR really stands out. The handling is not realistic, but it's not meant to be. The game makes it relatively easy to pull off great moves. Essentially, the A button initiates a drift.

I found the predecessor's (PGR3) handling to be much too twitchy, making controlling most of the cars a chore rather than a joy. In this version the handling feels spot on. Each car is given a difficulty rating so you can see which are more difficult to control. The Audi S4 for example, grips well, but it can be difficult to put it into a slide for that all important Kudos.....

Kudos is the game's currency. You buy car packs rather than individual cars, and there are also track packs available. You earn Kudos by winning events in both Arcade or Career modes, and also by performing the aforementioned cool moves.
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