That sounds a bit familiar, but it’s exciting to be able to put your racing skills to the test in a game that’s different

We’re going hands-on with the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions right now and we’ve picked out our favourite features to highlight. Here’s what we discovered. The game is clearly very different to previous Bizarre Creations offerings, with Bizarre making most of its titles only available on PC and Xbox 360. This makes sense, as the developer has already made a number of PC-exclusive games, including the excellent GTR, which is easily the best racing game on the 360. The game’s single-player component is also what’s most exciting, as you won’t be able to pop over to the garage for repairs or access the garage to swap out the car if you’re stuck. Bizarre also features a career mode, which is a standard mini-game you’d expect from a racing game. You start out with a car and a goal to reach the top of the leaderboards in each event. That sounds a bit familiar, but it’s exciting to be able to put your racing skills to the test in a game that’s different. Above: It’s a massive leap forward for the driving genre. We’re impressed The game’s single-player component is also what’s most exciting, as you won’t be able to pop over to the garage for repairs or access the garage to swap out the car if you’re stuck. Bizarre also features a career mode, which is a standard mini-game you’d expect from a racing game. You start out with a car and a goal to reach the top of the leaderboards in each event. That sounds a bit familiar, but it’s exciting to be able to put your racing skills to the test in a game that’s different. The game’s single-player component is also what’s most exciting, as you won’t be able to pop over to the garage for repairs or access the garage to swap out the car if you’re stuck. Bizarre also features a career mode, which is a standard mini-game you’d expect from a racing game. You start out with a car and a goal to reach the top of the leaderboards in each event. That sounds a bit familiar, but it’s exciting to be able to put your racing skills to the test in a game that’s different. The game’s single-player component is also what’s most exciting, as you won’t be able to pop over to the garage for repairs or access the garage to swap out the car if you’re stuck. Bizarre also features a career mode, which is a standard mini-game you’d expect from a racing game. You start out with a car and a goal to reach the top of the leaderboards in each event. That sounds a bit familiar, but it’s exciting to be able to put your racing skills to the test in a game that’s different. The game’s single-player component is also what’s most exciting, as you won’t be able to pop over to the garage for repairs or access the garage to swap out the car if you’re stuck.