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Group S Challenge
Game Profile

Like a blast of nitro, Group S Challenge pushes high performance street racing to the limit with eye popping realism and adrenaline charged action. Group S Challenge makes full use of the power of the Xbox video game system from Microsoft to produce state-of-the-art polygonal cars and environments, vibrant light sourcing effects, and the thrill of speed in this ultimate street racing experience. Choose from over 50 turbo charged street machines represented by the world’s top auto makers and get ready to dominate the circuit.


Full Review
Written by Adam Woolcott on 12/16/03
Capcom didn't go anywhere with Auto Modellista on PS2 and GameCube. Find out if an Xbox racer with a title like Group S Challenge can change Capcom's racing luck or send the company further into reverse.

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GENRE: Racing
PLAYERS:   1-2
November 11, 2003

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