work sux …but video games keep me going

the long awaited Need for speed Carbon review is here at last!

The 10th installment in the Need for Speed series, Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of street racing and will challenge players to face the ultimate test of driving skill on treacherous canyon roads.

What starts in the city is settled in the canyons as Need for Speed: Carbon immerses you into the world’s most dangerous and adrenaline-filled form of street racing. You and your crew must race in an all-out war for the city, risking everything to take over your rivals’ neighborhoods one block at a time.

Need for Speed Carbon delivers the next generation of customization giving you the power to design and tweak your crews’ cars in every way using the ground-breaking new AutoSculpt technology. Autosculpt is the revolutionary customization system in Need for Speed Carbon where you can tweak every aspect of your ride, from lowering the bumpers to changing the number of spokes on the rims. There are 10 zones on the car that can be changed. As for the vinyls and decals, you can use vector scoping to widen, change the angle of, and turn vinyls, and for the decals, vector scoping helps you put the decal wherever you want on the car.

AutoSculpting video

# AutoSculptâ„¢ technology that allows you to literally morph and sculpt your car.
# 50+ fully customizable cars
# Three distinctly different car classes (Tuner, Muscle, Exotic)
# Crew racing experience
# Night time racing
# Enhanced police experience

its a heck of a game. I’m currently working on unlocking one of my favorite cars of all time the 1986 trueno or corolla for us in the states.

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