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Calling All Cars PSN

Calling All Cars! can be played single-player, but it's clearly meant to be a multiplayer game. If you're stuck playing solo, you're given a choice of a single match or a tournament. The tournament is just a series of four matches, and you have to take first on a map to progress to the next. With four maps, it will only take you 20 minutes to see almost everything there is to see in the game. There are a few unlockable vehicles, but all the cars and trucks seem to behave exactly the same, so the differences are purely cosmetic.

Calling All Cars PSN

Calling All Cars! has the makings of a fun and exciting multiplayer game, but it feels more like a demo than a full game. With at least double the number of maps, weapons, and cars, this would be worth checking out. As it is now, there's just not enough content to justify spending $10 on this game.

Welcome to Calling All Cars! Each map in the game requires different tactics that we'll break down for you. As well, we'll help you unlock the game's ten bonus cars with tips for the ten Achievement-esque challenges. But before you get started, check out our basic tips sheet for some clever tricks.

For those looking for online action: Grand Theft Auto VOne of the most polished and intense games on the market, Rockstar's epic is hard to beat. The main game is filled with dozens of hours of open-world fun, and the online component doesn't feel tacked on at all. Expect to lose several hours building up your reputation and boosting cars in the fictional city of Los Santos.Also Try: Battlefield 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Splinter Cell: Blacklist 041b061a72


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