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Split/Second Velocity (PC/FullIso/Multi)
Game Platforme(s) : PC | Language : Multi (5) | Release Date : May 18, 2010
Publisher : Disney Interactive | Developer : Black Rock Studio | Genre : Driving/Racing
Size : 6.91 Gb
Speeding down an airport runway in a shiny red sports car is cool; speeding down an airport runway with an out-of-control aircraft thundering toward you is insane. That’s the idea behind Split/Second, an arcade racer in which you wreck your opponents by triggering destructive hot spots scattered all about the track. The frequent explosions, tumbling debris, and resulting tug-of-war among racers are undeniably stimulating, at least for a while. You’ll whoop for joy when you demolish four opponents at once as they pass under a fuel station and moan aloud when a falling concrete beam crushes your vehicle like a beer can. These jolts are electrifying, but they aren’t lasting ones. Once you learn the tracks and the tricks, the excitement dies away. Then, you realize that underneath the booms and bangs is a solid but one-dimensional racer that relies almost completely on a single mechanic. That mechanic isn’t enough to boost Split/Second to the head of the pack, but it is still a fun racer with a lot of speed and a lot of spark.
Split/Second is all about power plays. As you zip about the 11 tracks (a 12th empty slot hints at the possibility of future downloadable content), you earn power by drifting, drafting, and getting air. Once you gain enough power, icons appear, indicating an opportunity to take down opponents by triggering a destructive event. If you press a button, a helicopter might drop metal pipes onto the course, a crane may go sliding across the roadway, or rocks and boulders may erupt from a canyon wall. Alternatively, you might trigger a bridge to be lowered or a door to be raised, opening up a temporary shortcut. If you trigger a level-two power play after completely filling your power bar, the devastation is even more dramatic. A chunk of roadway could collapse, changing that entire section of the course, or you might cause that enormous airplane to barrel menacingly down the runway. Just be mindful: You could fall victim to your own power play.
The first few times you unleash your newfound power on an opponent are breathtaking. Explosions and screeches are loud and obnoxious, and if you’re driving a lighter vehicle, the powerful shocks might send you careening out of control for a moment. You won’t always steer clear of trouble, however. Depending on your position and the timing of your opponent’s power play, there may be no evading that enormous obstacle that comes crashing down in front of you. If you’ve ever cursed the unavoidable blue shell in the Mario Kart series, the inescapable events in Split/Second might annoy you. But getting wrecked is rarely frustrating, for several reasons. Firstly, power play triggers are intelligently laid out, so you aren’t likely to get caught up in an inexorable string of accidents. (It’s possible to respawn in the middle of more devastation and wreck immediately, but such aggravations are uncommon.) Secondly, the game gets you back into the race quickly after you crash. And thirdly, being behind the pack isn’t really a bad thing because it gives you the opportunity to bust up the competition.

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Minimum System Requirements 
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 3.0 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 4000 
Memory: 2 Gb 
Hard Drive: 6.5 Gb free 
Video Memory: 256 Mb 
Video Card: nVidia GeForce 7800 / ATI Radeon X1800 
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible 
DirectX: 9.0c

Recommended System Requirements 
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7 
Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO @ 3.0 GHz / AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800 
Memory: 4 Gb 
Hard Drive: 6.5 Gb free 
Video Memory: 512 Mb 
Video Card: nVidia GeForce 9600 / ATI Radeon HD 3870 
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible 
DirectX: 9.0c 

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