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Blur (PS3) - £7.00 @ Asda (Instore)

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
ASDA is selling Blur for PlayStation 3 for just £7. Bargain! Couldn't see the Xbox 360 or PC versions or shelf tickets for them.
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#1
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Edited By: Shadzter on May 19, 2011 00:35
#2
Good price but dreadful game. Single player mode is boring, online mode never works (and I'm not talking about the PSN downtime).
#3
This was showing £15 in Asda but scanned for £7. Hot price, but not sure about gameplay. does anybody know any other good ps3 game deals in asda. so far had Fight, Ruse, Blur, COD for £10 or under.
2 Likes #4
Great group , before they formed gorillaz!!! Hot
banned#6
Samme
Good price but dreadful game. Single player mode is boring, online mode never works (and I'm not talking about the PSN downtime).


Never had it fail. Check your connection. (excluding PSN downtime)
#7

Sorry, I didn't know it was already posted. I did a search for the game in the search bar before posting, but I guess it doesn't pick up threads with multiple games listed.
#8
good price..heat added
#9
hmmmm, mixed reviews...
#10
Bought last night (Andover) for £7.

Its pretty good single player, but I mainly bought it for splitscreen multiplayer.
#11
Samme
Good price but dreadful game. Single player mode is boring, online mode never works (and I'm not talking about the PSN downtime).


I play this on both PC and PS3, online works and its good fun, some cheap routers don't work well on it and they often require some port forwarding, that may be your problem.
1 Like #12
Great game so under rated if your a fan of the old need for speeds (undergrounds mainly) you will love this game !
1 Like #13
A very underated game, online is very good especially when you get into mini-duals with really good players... Single player is average, I never got around to completing it as the boss challenge things are tedious imo. The ranking system is sort of CoD like, even has prestieging (legends they call it).
1 Like #14
Agree with Crana - it's a good game, esp in multiplayer. Def worth 7 quid.
2 Likes #15
Great Game. Online and Offline. A bargain for 7 quid
1 Like #16
Amazing game. So much fun to play. For £7 this is an absolute no brainer. Would still happily pay £20 for this. One of the best arcade driving games around. If you remember rollcage in the way back you will love this as its a modern version of that genre.
1 Like #17
£7 is okay... but i tired of it pretty quickly (i still pine for the older burnout games before they became free roaming crap). Online is too much thanks to players who are so practised they hit every turbo and end up lapping all noobs supremely.
1 Like #18
Samme
Good price but dreadful game. Single player mode is boring, online mode never works (and I'm not talking about the PSN downtime).


You must have a bad connection or router I've had no problems with Blur and I've been playing it since June last year.

I think Blur is underrated it's a fun racing game and considering it as up to 20 players in a race it works quite well. Well worth £7 I thought it was better then Split/Second.
1 Like #19
loved this game.def worth 7 quid.online is great and i also never had a problem/glitch anything
1 Like #20
he is right about the good players online... basically if you see people with ( X ) 50 (10th prestiege, max level + rank) that means they only play Blur, every day, for hours on end, since it came out. They will whoop your ****, they know exactly which car to use and which mods to equip... it can be fustrating especially when they go on 10+ winning streaks and you can't touch them.

Edited By: Crana on May 20, 2011 11:00
#21
I find Blur quite balanced online. It's the only racing game I can actually take a Pole position podium on. The next race I might finish 8th. It's all about getting a good start, avoiding the chaos at the beginning, knowing the shortest route and just picking up shields, speed boosts and the odd shunt. Because cars cannot be tuned it makes it alot more balanced than racers like Forza. Max rank players can be beat.
#22
Went to ADSA (London Canary Wharf), this game was not on display. Checked at the counter and they do have it in stock but priced at 24 pounds.

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