A while back, we informed you about the cancellation of the PC version for Test Drive: Ferrari Legends. Thankfully though, it appears we were wrong as the game has finally hit Gamersgate and Steam. As usual, Steam is offering this game with a 25% discount until December 17th. Gamesgate is also offering Slightly Mad Studios’ racing game with a 25% discount, meaning that it will cost you 22.46 euros.
According to the game’s description, in Test Drive: Ferrari Racing Legends, detailed physics underpin a huge variety of challenges set throughout the history of this landmark automotive brand. Painstakingly detailed cars and tracks reflect visceral damage as races wear on, an acute sense of speed communicates the power of these highly tuned vehicles, as advanced AI challenges even the most experienced driver.
The bad news is that the game requires GFWL and there are some graphical glitches as we can see in the following footage – courtesy of MotoGamesTV. Oh, and there is noticeable pop-up for a lot of objects that makes the game look really, really horrible.
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