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Hopefully you were able to catch the live stream I did of Project Cars 3 or caught it after it was transformed into a video. Project Cars 3 sat in our get to pile for quite a few months. Why? We were not impressed with the first two games and did not expect much from the third. Thankfully Project Cars 3 turns this franchise around in many wonderful ways.

Project Cars 3 has more of an arcade feel and less of a sim feel. This is good because all of those massive glitches and control issues are gone. I enjoyed my time with Project Cars 3. We start small and eventually get faster and faster vehicles. There are targets to achieve in each race. Get enough targets and the champion race is unlocked for that section. In game currency can also be spent to unlock the championship races.

Project Cars 3 feels very realistic in how it controls. There are so many wonderful assists and difficulty settings that Project Cars 3 is available to families of all skill sets. We can control how smart and how aggressive the AI drivers are in Project Cars 3. Sadly there is no local multiplayer in Project Cars 3. There is an online multiplayer if you are into that sort of thing. I am not so I did not even attempt it.

Project Cars 3 sports lots of cars and lots of races. I had fun with this great looking and sounding video game. I enjoyed trying to get points for taking the perfect turns and curves in Project Cars 3. I was not always sure why it would not register though. As far as racing goes Project Cars 3 is pure fun.

I love how we race all over the world in Project Cars 3. There are also variations on tracks within Project Cars 3. I hope this franchise continues to improve and continue to be open and available for all gamer skill sets. Families should check out Project Cars 3.
- Paul


Graphics: 83%
Sound: 77%
Replay/Extras: 82%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One(tested)
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Developer: Slightly Mad Studios
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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