|Released:||Out Now (Released in January 2009)|
Another sequel in Gameloft's extremely popular arcade driving series. This installment features six cities (Los Angeles, Dubai, Monte Carlo, New York, Paris, Shanghai) and 28 cars and bikes made under licence from real manufacturers. There's a Bluetooth multiplayer mode, and internet high score ranking too.
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This isn't a disaster by any means, a lot of things in Asphalt 4 are good: the variety of playing modes for example, and its smash-everything mentality can be quite fun if you get into the right frame of mind. But they're pretty much just the good things from Asphalt 3. The whole game is the same but with different tracks, some different cars and a rather unplayable Bluetooth mode. It feels like Gameloft is repackaging the same product and trying to sell it all over again. (click here for the full review)
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