I would be happy with Street Fighter 2
|The demo grants players an exclusive chance to get behind the wheel of Test Drive Unlimited and sample some of its online and offline challenges along 40 miles of Oahuâ€™s beautiful open roads. To add a bit of spice, players will be able to replay all of the challenges as many times as they wish in order to shave valuable seconds off their time-challenge records, or set about thrashing either human or AI competition in the races before heading to www.testdriveunlimited.com to view their global ranking.|
As a way of letting players find out for themselves what a Massively Open Online Racing game is, the Test Drive Unlimited demo will allow players to set up as many instant challenges as they wish. Players driving along the road can challenge other players to a one-on-one race, define their own start and end points for the race, and power through the lush Hawaiian scenery at break-neck speeds.
With a choice between the Ford Shelby GT500, Lotus Exige and Lamborghini Gallardo, a luxury-laden Lamborghini dealership to visit, and a beautiful house for each player who logs in, the demo offers players a mouth-watering taste of Eden Gamesâ€™ forthcoming automotive masterpiece.
|Atari today announced that an exclusive demo for the highly anticipated racing game, Test Drive Unlimited, will be made available to users of the Xbox 360â„¢ video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, via the Xbox LiveÂ® Marketplace. The demo will be available to download from 8 May until 14 May 2006 as part of Microsoftâ€™s plans to bring gamers closer to the E3 experience and offer of free Xbox Live Gold membership for the week.|
|Originally Posted by CoreyM|
I loved the original Test Drive games but the series went downhill in the 90s. I'm hoping to be surprised by this as it looks like it has potential. Will it require a monthly fee?
|Originally Posted by StreetPreacher|
Looks like MS has their $hit together for E3. Evidently this demo is already available on the marketplace!
|Originally Posted by cap_167|
According to the demo (which I'm currently downloading), it lets you play both online and offline and contains 40 miles of roads.