Drift through hairpin turns at blistering speeds to edge out the rest of the pack with powerful drift-tuned machines in the newest installment of the hit Ridge Racer series. Using the stereoscopic 3D technology of the Nintendo 3DS, players will be able to experience a level of intimacy with the on-screen races like never before. Players can now accurately judge the distance between them and the competition with 3D depth of field for some of the most intense arcade racing available. Kick up dirt across rough terrain, make sparks fly as cars crash into each other and shoot flames of nitrous out of your tail pipe, creating some of the most visceral racing action yet in the Ridge Racer franchise.
If you're a gamer, chances are you know all about Ridge Racer and its ludicrous take on drifting. So far the series has embraced a spot in many system launches, and the 3DS is no stranger to the arcade racer. Ridge Racer 3D takes everything you loved about the previous iterations of the series and bundles it into a tiny 3DS cartridge while still presenting it in an attractive, three-dimensional manner.If you've been living under a rock and are somehow unfamiliar with the Ridge Racer formula, I'll break it down for you. You race seven other competitors, starting last and racing your way up to first place. Tight corners and hairpin turns are a joke as you drift your car sideways, using nitrous to thrust your car into breakneck speeds. The arcade racing style is definitely not for... Read Review