I've just realized that we completely forgot to put online this video we filmed by chance at the Game Convention last week, showing the full intro video of Project Gotham Racing 4. As far as I can tell this has never been shown before!
I also of course got to play the game at the Game Convention, and I really liked the few minutes I spent there. Graphically the 2 years Bizarre had since the release of PGR3 certainly show, even without the mostly excellent looking weather effects PGR4 definitely beats the previous game hands down.
The new cities also look much more interesting than the rather boring ones from PGR3, since this time Bizarre actually seems to have chosen them for their racing lines and not only to get big names on the cover. Quebec and Macau especially should more than please the fans like me of the small and elevated streets we had in PGR2.
I'm not too sure what to think about the motorbikes though, I'll need quite some more hands on time with them before I can decide if I like their handling or not.
As long as Bizarre manages to lock the framerate to 30 fps, PGR4 should be the game we fans of the series all wanted it to be!
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