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All Articles: NASCAR: Inside Line
You finished the fight, but now he’s back! The Master Chief returns to the Xbox 360 this week in Halo 4, the first game in the series not developed by Bungie (it was actually created at Microsoft’s 343 Industries).
So who will stand against the mighty Master Chief? Believe it or not, a pair of racing games. Sony is bringing LittleBigPlanet Karting to the PS3 this week and Activision will release the multiplatform NASCAR: Inside Line (PS3, Wii, Xbox 360).
Also available this week is a quartet of compilations: Namco Bandai’s Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection (PS3, Xbox 360), the Rockstar Games Collection: Edition 1 (PS3, Xbox 360), BioWare’s Mass Effect Trilogy (PC, Xbox 360), and THQ’s Saints Row: The Third – The Full Package (PS3, Xbox 360).
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After the successful release of last year’s NASCAR 2011: The Game, Activision and Eutechnyx are teaming up again to bring us NASCAR: Inside Line this Fall. Like NASCAR 2011, Inside Line promises to bring “the true NASCAR experience” into our living rooms and is in development for the PS3, Wii, and Xbox 360.
To fulfill their desire for realism, Eutechnyx plans to “allow players to race with the top NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers, teams and cars” and the game will include all 23 officially licensed racetracks from the 2012 Sprint Cup Series.
“We set out to reinvent NASCAR gaming last year with NASCAR 2011: The Game – and we’re very proud of it. With our continued enhancements to that game, and our very passionate fans helping guide us, we have an amazing platform to go to the next level with NASCAR: Inside Line,” said Dave Thompson, Executive Producer at Eutechnyx. “We’ve added a new in-depth career mode and robust online features that include realistic race weekends, and now aspiring drivers can rise up through the ranks, attract sponsors, and upgrade their car’s components in the quest to be the Sprint Cup Series Champion.”