Supercar Challenge PS3      87% off     was £49.99     now £6.59@thehut

Supercar Challenge PS3 87% off was £49.99 now £6.59@thehut

Found 29th Nov 2011
Building on the critically acclaimed Ferrari Challenge racing simulation engine, SuperCar Challenge heralds the addition of the sexiest supercars on the planet while improving on its spiritual prequel in every way.

The very best supercars will be available to throw around the most celebrated corners on the racing calendar. Experience the thrills and spills that come with harnessing the full grunt of an Aston Martin DB9, the Lamborghini Murcielago RGT, the McLaren F1 and many more! Of course, the game caters for the Ferrari fans too with a selection of favourites making the cut from 2008's Ferrari Challenge.

More than 20 licensed race tracks will also be available, with old favourites such as Silverstone and Spa mixed in with the joys of Nürbergring. Several fictional circuits are also available such as the French 'Riviera' street circuit.
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Lol at £49.99
Must be a bag of poo considering the overpriced shop named CEX sell it for £5 and only give you £2 for it lol.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 29th Nov 2011
This is pretty decent actually if you enjoy GT5 or Forza then its like them but without the amazing graphics , the handling is brilliant as are the tracks . If you like the games like Need for Speed , Burnout etc then stay well away.
If this is anything like Ferrari: The Race Experience the AI is terrible. The game itself feels OK but out of the field of 16 cars only about 2 can get through the first chicane of Monza without crashing, the 1 at the front and me.

Thankfully I paid £1.50 for the game and whilst it's not the exact same game as this it's taught me to stick to the other race games. Then again GT5 is boring and too easy 99% of the time.
Edited by: "CyDoNiA" 29th Nov 2011
This game should not be seen as a massive saving most places sell the game for around £9 so not much saving game only gets luke warm reviews so i wont buy this thanks though Op
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