Sunday Driving: Hit the Skids

You thought we got off lightly last time around with “just” some races and time trials? This week’s episode more than makes up for that.

That damn helicopter is back, and ready to cause considerable grief. And those trucks are back, too, ready to hurl flaming death out of their rear end, much like my friend James did after he decided to find out what kind of curry a “Naga” was.

Hit the jump to see how things went.

The difficulty ramps up pretty quickly in Split/Second, as has doubtless been becoming apparent over the course of the last few episodes. This one was a real challenge, particularly achieving the times and scores necessary for the gold medals.

Car choice is becoming increasingly important, too — and if you were wondering, no, picking a slower car does not make the truck and helicopter missions any easier…


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2 thoughts on “Sunday Driving: Hit the Skids”

  1. I can only see and try to feel how well you are enjoying all these game which you talk about as right now neither I have the money nor great internet to play all these games.
    Nice blog and I like automata game, do you have that?

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