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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kirk Thornton ...
Pit Chief (voice)
Manageress (voice)
USA Announcer (voice)
USA Team Mate / Spanish Team Mate (voice)
USA Team Mate (voice)
USA Team Mate (voice)
Josh Cohen ...
British Team Mate (voice)
Adam Rhys ...
British Team Mate (voice)
Simon Carlyle ...
British Team Mate (voice)
Yoshi Tomo Kaneda ...
Japanese Team Mate (voice) (as Akira Kaneda)
Eidan Hanzei ...
Japanese Team Mate (voice) (as Henry Hayashi)
Japanese Announcer (voice)
Irish Team Mate (voice)
Mark Bremer ...
German Team Mate (voice)
Patrick Strom ...
Scandinavian Team Mate (voice)


TOCA Race Driver 3 (also known as DTM Race Driver 3 in mainland Europe, V8 Supercars 3 in Australia... See full synopsis »

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Its all about the race.




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30 June 2008 (USA)  »

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ToCA Race Driver 4  »

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The best racing game on any platform
6 September 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Read above, I'm not kidding. After the clinical pristine GT5 prologue, I played the Grid demo and was hooked. The damage modelling and physics are unbelievable, the grainy look of the environments add a realism that nothing else can match. I have it on 3 platforms and they're all great (360, PS3 and PC) and almost identical, although on my TV the 360 one seems to have a richer look. There have been criticisms of the relatively small number of cars, which might be valid as there are about 50 I think, less even than GT5 prologue. There is a strange inclusion of drift racing which I'm guessing is a nod to the Japanese market but I find dull. However, the lack of cars misses the point because the racing is so good, and you can easily avoid the drift racing or anything else if that's not your style. Oh, and the AI is phenomenally real, others have complained about your opponents running into you, but they do it with about the same chance as you running into them. Buy it.

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