New Ferrari game hits the latest phones
6 January 2009 — 2:59 PM
Mobile phone recycling may not earn you enough cash for a new Ferrari, but a new review states with the right handset, you could have the next-best thing.
In a recent article for the Pocket Gamer website, Kath Brice road tested the latest offering from Gameloft - Ferrari GT Evolution - and concludes the game could "get any car fanatic salivating".
However, she admitted the inevitable crashes that see your chosen Italian supercar wrapped around a tree are heartbreaking, but adds with up to 26 models available there are plenty of reasons to get back behind the wheel.
The review, conducted using the Sony Ericsson K810i, noted the game is both fast-paced and challenging and although some of the levels are tough, with a little practice, all goals are "perfectly attainable".
"It's got slick looks and presentation, a nicely structured career mode in which you earn credits for good driving to spend on more cars and actually quite decent music," Ms Brice concluded.
Another racing game soon to be available for the latest phones is R.U.S.H. Road Ultimate Speed Hunt - which the site recently said could offer a "pretty high-octane thrill ride".
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