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Asphalt 8: Airborne official: new maps, physics and weather effects

Asphalt 8: Airborne official: new maps, physics and weather effects

We've been waiting for a new Asphalt game to hit Android for a while now. Not to say that we were getting sick of Asphalt 7, but we sort of knew that Gameloft would eventually succumb to making yet another installment to the Asphalt racing series. As expected, Asphalt 8: Airborne includes new maps, a new physics engine, and all-new weather effects to challenge your driving expertise.

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Forza Motorsports 5 further detailed at E3

Forza Motorsports 5 further detailed at E3

We heard about Forza 5 at Microsoft's initial unveil event for the Xbox One, but developer Turn 10 briefly provided further details on the game during Microsoft's E3 presser today. The newest McLaren seems to be the centerpiece for the new game, and they even had a real one on stage during the event, attracting our googly eyes.

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Gran Turismo 6 used to help tune actual race car

Gran Turismo 6 used to help tune actual race car

As you may already know, the Gran Turismo series is one of the most realistic video game racing experiences you can have, and much of the help in adding features to the games relied on the performance and handling characteristics of actual cars, but in one instance earlier this week, the tables were turned as Gran Turismo 6 was used to assist in tuning a race car during the 24 Hours of Nurburgring.

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GRID 2 coming with performance upgrades in online multiplayer

GRID 2 coming with performance upgrades in online multiplayer

We've heard a lot about GRID 2 in the past couple of months, including some of the new features coming in the game, such as LiveRoutes and the ability to record gameplay and upload it to YouTube. However, it seems that's just the tip of the iceberg as developer Codemasters has revealed that performance upgrades are heading to the new racing game.

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Xbox One EA game lineup starts with FIFA 14

Xbox One EA game lineup starts with FIFA 14

As to no one's surprise, Electronic Arts made an appearance at Microsoft's Xbox One reveal event, and they showed off some of the new sports games that will be coming to the Xbox One. There will be a new FIFA, Madden, NBA Live, and UFC, all of which will release their next game on the Xbox One.

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