• Mar 2nd 2009 at 8:27AM
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Click above for high-res gallery of SuperCar Challenge screen caps

System 3 has a follow-up title to last year's Ferrari Challenge: SuperCar Challenge. The new game will offer 40 cars to choose from, not all of which are Ferraris this team. The roster will include such cars as the Aston Martin DBR9, Lamborghini Murcielago RGT, McLaren F1, Maserati MC12 and, of course, a supercar or two from Maranello like the Ferrari FXX. You'll be able to race them on 20 real and fictitious tracks and the graphics of each car have been improved with better polygon counts, texture details and buffing. Multiplayer capability can link 16 drivers at once, sim players will get good handling and tuning options, and there'll be an arcade mode for folks who just want to tear up the pavement. The AI has also been redesigned to be more consistent, and there's a "Legendary" AI setting meant to challenge the best drivers.

It will be available exclusively for the PS3 this Spring. While you wait, check out the high-res screenshots below and the video about the game's innovative camera angles by clicking here.

[Source: Gamers Hell]

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      • 6 Years Ago
      I can't wait for GT5.

      I bet that Logitech Wheel/Clutch combo really adds to the fun.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Gran Turismo 5 FTW!.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I can't say anything about the Gran Turismo 5 that is going to come out... I didn't even play the prologue (don't own a PS3). But Forza Motorsport 2 is the most realistic driving I ever played. And I played a demo or the full game of 99.9% of driving sims since the days of the original NFS on PC.

      I cannot speak for GT5, but the previous versions were not as nearly as realistic as some PC simulations of the time. But the thing that makes me really jealous of GT5 is that uber-cool Logitech G25 wheel with the fully functional manual with clutch. I want to get a PS3 just for that!!! I guess I'll have to try and see if GT5 is any good...
      • 6 Years Ago
      They wouldn't have any business if Gran Turismo was finished and out.
        • 6 Years Ago
        gt5 will be out at the end of the year.
        • 6 Years Ago
        yeah speaking of which, when is Gran Turismo coming out, the Prologue sucks and this game only has 40 cars
      • 6 Years Ago
      I wouldn't even bother with this game. To have the oppurtunity to drive all ferrari's for 60 dollars isn't worth it to me. I would say 1/3 of the cars in this game drive exactly the same regardless of model/year, etc. I would prefer Forza or GT series where you get everything...

      on another note does anyone have Race Pro for 360? How is that?
        • 6 Years Ago
        My brother does who posts on here.. Says it's awful.... My other brother said the same... Our only hope is Forza 3 for us without a PS3... I still say GT1 was the best racing game ever!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Seeing how this is a post about GT5...

      GT5 better be the Second coming of Christ, it has been in development for more than 3 years (or something close to that)! I love the GT series. I just hope that they don't make the mistake they did with GT4. Sure, it had hundreds of cars. But most of those cars were multiple versions of the Impreza, Lancer, and 68hp Suzukis. They had a few muscle-cars at least, but they seriously lacked any modern American cars. Its not about performance either (see Diahatsu).

      Anyway, not even Forza matches up to GT in terms of physics, but its getting closer. I applaud them on that.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I foolishly bought Ferrari Challenge from the same developer ($60) because it had VIR and there was the promise of monthly DLC. Out of the box the graphics are gritty and low rez with copious popup and frequent drops in frame rate. The online racing was broken and the leader boards are rife with glitch times.

      Well 9 months later, the game is still broken and no DLC has been delivered; instead it will all be rolled into a new game. Ferrari Challenge amounted owners were nothing more than beta testers and we had to pay for the privilege.

      Let’s hope Ferrari Challenge: SuperCar Challenge better, but they’re not getting anymore of my money.

        • 6 Years Ago
        I was disappointed with NFS: Carbon.

        Whatever happened to good old games.
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