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Pulling more G's and packing more firepower than an F-16, Acclaim introduces XGRA: Extreme-G Racing Association for the PlayStation 2. Developed by Acclaim Studios Cheltenham, XGRA: Extreme-G Racing Association is the latest installment in the Company's award-winning Extreme-G Racing brand that has sold more than 1.5 million units worldwide. Combining futuristic, high-speed motorcycle racing and combat, XGRA: Extreme-G Racing Association features all new gameplay modes, features, weapons, bikes, controls and unlockable content.
- SiNN (Sports Interactive News Network) and the XGRA (Extreme Gravity Racing Association) create a futuristic motor sport unlike anything ever experienced.
- 8 different teams, all with unique histories, sponsors and rivalries.
- Variable missions and storylines that make each race part of a larger career.
- A game structure designed to emulate a true motor sport season with various classes and race types.
- Variety of different and completely modifiable vehicle types.
- Wide range of characters, each with skills and statistics that affect how they race.
- Rewards system that provides unlockable content, including new game modes and tracks, faster bikes and character-enhancing cybernetic implants.
- Environments that bring worlds to life, highlighted by variable weather systems and uniquely constructed tracks and buildings.
- Interactive HUD that provides all relevant information during the race, which can also be modified during gameplay.
- Destructible objects within the race tracks, including gas pipes, bridges, and spectators can dramatically change the outcome of a race.
- New weapons system that allows the player to easily select and use weapons without fear of losing focus on the race.
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