It's not the most anticipated racing game ever. It isn't getting as much press as other racing titles set for 2010. Oh, but wait…there are models .
Yeah, you're all interested now , aren't you? In order to better promote the upcoming arcade-style racer, the publisher has decided to go the T&A route and assemble a bevy of hotties to pose with special t-shirts. You can view the titillating video and then run on down to GameStop and toss your money down on a pre-order. You know, because you actually get one of those girls with every pre-order. No, really; it's the bonus incentive. And you get to keep them, too. …okay, that won't fly and it certainly isn't true but perhaps the mere image of these ladies is enough to keep you somewhat intrigued. The game really does have a good bit of potential – I believe Arnold played it a little while back and said it wasn't that bad – and if the developers do their job, it could be a super fun and intense experience. It's slated to come out for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC some time during the first quarter next year, and that's a tough time, but who knows? Girl power and stuff.
Did anyone else get the distinct feeling that this photo shoot was the first time any of those girls held a controller in their hands? Or maybe we're just looking at more stupid hot hardcore gamers…
Related Game(s): Blur
What do the Japanese call them? Oh yes, Race Queens 🙂
Whosawhat now? Sex?
That kind of advertising makes me not want the game.
o dear god this industry is starting to turn into the red light district.
soon all my video game stores are going to be on oxford street!
sorry moneyvision but your going to need to do a hell of allot more than a picture to get me to buy any of your games.
this is just sad, when developers start bribing you to buy their game thats the first alarm to stay well away.
if thats dont send alarm bells ringing nothing will.
just like turn 10 when they were offering exclusive car downloads if you voted for them in that pole.
girls and a game .bait or trap
Giltrap – FFV
Please tell me you won't be able to "shock" the other cars during a race lol.
Well, it does have a good developer behind it: Bizarre Creations.
That chick that says she's from Orlando, Florida used to work at an Ale House near where I lived.
To me Polyphony Digital does it better then anyone.
For the GT series, they allow the game to sell itself, without relying on sex or gimmicks.
All this tells me is that the devs of Blur are not that confident of their product.
Turn 10, I am looking at you.
Although very good looking girls, I now refuse to buy this game.
Game must suck bad if they have resorted to girls in tight tops to advertise it at such an early stage.
yeah, cause no one has ever done that before…. Takes a look at "Transformers rise of the fallen"