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nail’d is a new arcade-style off-road racer, eschews boring realism for over the top arcade fun. It’s a racer that challenges everything from player reflexes to the rules of physics. Riding on ATVs and motocross bikes with powerful boost controls, players will race down near-vertical courses of incredible jumps, stunts and obstacles at an unprecedented level of speed. nail’d also shatters conventions when it comes to track design by emphasizing verticality and unbelievable drops instead of simply adding in a few jumps on mainly horizontal paths.

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In addition to various exciting single-player modes, nail’d features an incredibly robust collection of multiplayer options for up to 12 players. Combined with an electrifying soundtrack featuring licensed music and original tunes composed and performed by heavy metal luminaries, un-lockable vehicle customization options and incredibly detailed leader boards, nail’d has something to offer racing fans of all types

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Jun 8, 11 4:19am

Developer: Techland
Publisher: Deep Silver

Every now and again, you come across a game...

Dec 7, 10 10:54pm
Vergil Ties blogged
Dec 2, 10 4:23am

Holy. *bleep*ing. Shit!

Seriously, this is about as close as we're going to get as far as a current gen F-Zero game goes. The track designs are tight and feel like a roller coaster ride that defies the laws of physics - thereby shitting all over Isaac Newton - and manages to do a great job of simulating an adrenaline rush. Honestly, this is what racing is all about - the rush, and that's why I can't get into Gran Turismo. Gran Turismo is as sterile as it gets, while Nail'd just gets to the point and kicks your ass with intense speeds and even more intense tracks.

And don't listen to IGN. Craptacular review is craptacular.

Verdict: GO GO GO
Jun 18, 10 5:47am
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Release Dates
  • North America:
    • Nov 29, 2010 (PC)
    • Oct 19, 2010 (PS3)
  • Europe: Oct 22, 2010
  • Australia: Oct 28, 2010
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