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Old 06-11-2009, 11:18 PM
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Fuel Xbox360 needs some friends
need some friends on fuel for the 360, yeah its kinda new but i get tired of roaming around and maybe run across 1-2 people some where, and for some reason they have the need to try and hit you rather then talk to ya and have fun.

any one up for some fuel?
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I'm holding out for Need for Speed: SHIFT and DiRT 2.

Of course, I'd be much more interested in Fuel if I knew it was a fun and doable 1000. I like that it's arcade-style racing instead of ultra-realistic, but the reviews say the races/challenges are unforgiving and require ultra-perfection --- and that kinda kills it for me.
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i cant say there all that hard, yeah its codemasters like grid/dirt some races take a retry or two(grid is by far still way harded this this) but i havent had to try a race more then twice to win it, almost have the whole map unlocked and ive only played it last weekend for alittle bit. cant say i look forward to n4s:shift but im gonna pick up dirt2 when it comes out.

and as for races being unforgiving i have messed up like 4/5 times in a race and still got 1st and pulled out the gold.

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I'm holding out for Need for Speed: SHIFT and DiRT 2.

Of course, I'd be much more interested in Fuel if I knew it was a fun and doable 1000. I like that it's arcade-style racing instead of ultra-realistic, but the reviews say the races/challenges are unforgiving and require ultra-perfection --- and that kinda kills it for me.
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