Ford Bold Moves: the video game

If you're a video game freak and a Mustang fan, chances are you're going to pick up Ford Bold Moves: Street Racing for the PS2, XBox 360 or PC no matter what kind of reviews it gets. Manufacturer specific driving games are not a new thing, even for Ford who is now on its third version of the Ford Racing series. Still, they can often devolve into extended digital test drives when there's only one brand to race.

Perhaps Ford Bold Moves: Street Racing is a cut above the rest, as it has some interesting features beyond the obvious draw of driving 18 of the greatest Ford vehicles of all time (see complete list of available vehicles after the jump). Gameplay is structured around short challenges, competitions and league play that takes place on 24 tracks based on the streets of L.A. Why video game makers insist on having us race the streets of the most congested city in the U.S. is beyond us, but we digress. In addition to winning cash to modify your Ford of choice, the game also goes the extra step to simulate real damage. The real hook, however, is a Maximum Team Control Racing mode in which players can control a team of up to three cars at once and can switch which car they're controlling on the fly.

With a name like Ford Bold Moves, we were hoping there'd be a management mode where we could swap out CEOs, bargain with teamsters and close plants, but it looks like game developer Razorworks is saving those features for its follow up, The Way Forward: Turnaround Xtreem.

[Source: Ford]
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  • 1969 Mustang Boss 302
  • 1970 Capri Mk I RS2600
  • 1970 Mustang Boss 429
  • 1973 Escort RS2000
  • 1975 Torino Sport
  • 1985 RS200
  • 1987 Sierra RS500
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  • 1995 GT90 Concept
  • 2000 Ford SVT Cobra R
  • 2002 Focus RS
  • 2004 Fiesta ST
  • 2004 Mustang GT-R Concept
  • 2004 SVT F-150 Lightning
  • 2006 Ford GT
  • 2006 Mustang GT
  • 2007 Shelby GT500

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