There are video games for racing of all types. From augmented reality such as Forza, Gran Turismo and the series F1 to go-karts cartoonish and challenges stunts that you can produce a cervical trauma. In reality, there is something for everyone, and to create our list of the best video games of careers we strive to include examples of all kinds, both recent and classic. If you want to burn tires virtual, without a doubt, you have to add any of these titles to your collection.
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Burnout 3: Takedown (PS2, Xbox)
In terms of action-unconscionable, no game has surpassed Burnout 3: Takedown. This title of 2004 made by Criterion Gamers for the PS2 and Xbox raised the massacre of the first two installments of the series to create an experience that is constantly fascinating. Of course, Burnout 3 had traditional careers, but rather to avoid the other runners, the most fun came from crashing into their vehicles.
As the damages piled up, you could end up by destroying their vehicles, raising your chances of winning. This style of game was particularly exciting in the way Road Rage, where your mission was to destroy a certain amount of cars within a time limit.
However, the best thing about Burnout 3 was the multiplayer mode to recruit some friends and see who could end up with more opponents in a single race. With a simple handling, the crashes spectacular and a great variety of game modes for one or several players, Burnout 3: Takedown is still one of the best title race of all time.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the brilliant culmination of 25 years of racing games from Nintendo. Presenting an incredible collection of tracks, both new and classic, a wide selection of customizable characters, and enough dirty tricks to put your friendships to the test, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is without doubt the best title of Mario Kart ever created.
Although the mode Grand Prix offers four levels of difficulty that you can conquer, Mario Kart has always excelled in its multiplayer mode. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe account with a local multiplayer mode and online, both for traditional careers as well as for the battle mode.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe went on sale to Switch in 2017 and up to date is one of the titles for this console. In fact, nearly 50 percent of those who have the Switch have the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. And we think that figure is low. If you have a Switch, you should have a copy of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Diddy Kong Racing (N64)
Didy Kong Racing was the best title of go-karts on the Nintendo 64. Yes, even better than Mario Kart 64. At the time, Diddy Kong Racing offered a new single-player game. Set in an open world called on-site timber’s Island, you had to visit five landscapes of bioclimatic different, completing four races, and battling a boss in each world.
Although the controls of the go-karts were not as good as Mario Kart, the tracks were more varied, including some designed to hovercrafts aquatic and small planes. The boss fights came in the form of tracks of obstacles in which too many blows to the lead put an end to your career. But although the single player mode is what stood out more, the multiplayer mode, especially the mode of battle, it was an amazing experience.
Forza Motorsport 7 (Xbox One, PC)
Forza Motorsport 7 is the best racing simulator created for the Xbox One. The team from Turn 10 Studios outdid themselves with roles that will undoubtedly will delight all. With more than 700 vehicles and a myriad of customization options, it can be said that Forza Motorsport 7 with the catalog more impressive available car in a racing game to date.
In addition to your list of cars, Motorsport 7 has more than 30 stages all over the world. What makes it even better is the dynamic weather system that affects the conditions of the slopes in ways new and surprising. If you want a game realistic racing for Xbox One or PC, look no further.
Forza Horizon 4 (Xbox One, PC)
The subseries Horizon offers an experience that is definitely different from the super serious main series in Motorsport. Developed by Playground Games, Forza Horizon 4 change the hyper-realism for an experience that is half way between a simulation and a game classic.
Set in a beautiful version of Uk, Horizon 4 has a collection of stellar more than 400 vehicles and a wide range of activities related to the races. In the main mode in-line, each server receives to 72 players with cars controlled by drivers with artificial intelligence, based their strategies and style of racing in real players.
Horizon 4 also includes a dynamic weather system that tends towards the extreme, as frozen surfaces and storm downpours. The track editor lets users create and share their own online races, elevating the replay value significantly. If Motorsport 7 is too serious for you, Horizon 4 offers a more relaxed environment on Xbox One and PC.
Mario Kart: Double Dash (GameCube)
Although Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is the best title of the series, Mario Kart: Double Dash earned a place in our list thanks to his willingness to take risks inspired. This title for GameCubre added a seat to each go-kart, by creating the first cooperative game that has been seen in the series (and only, so far).
With a player behind the wheel and another in charge of the items, Mario Kart: Double Dash is the game multiplayer more interesting that has been achieved, especially with items on special that each character had in their arsenal.
Despite the innovation, Double Dash could only be played in the conventional way, as a single player modes, Grand Prix and multiplayer. We would love to see the go-kart two seats to return to some title of Mario Kart in the future.
Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec (PS2)
Series Gran Turismo from Sony still burning wheel, but Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec it still represents a highlight in the world of simulation racing. Launched during the first year of the life cycle of the PS2, Gran Turismo 3 was the racing game more realistic of its era. In the Simulation mode, the players were making with different types of licenses, honing their skills and unlocking new cars.
Gran Turismo 3 was one of the first racing games that I really got to thinking about the essence of the vehicles controlled. The great variety of types of events, including some endurance races incredibly intimidating, they made that Gran Turismo 3 was a little more complicated than most titles of its kind, and to master its controls took a bit of patience and time, but without doubt was worth much worth.
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