Demo Lights Up For Ignite Racing

By Jim Rossignol on November 15th, 2011 at 1:45 pm.

When you think about it, cars are just very aggressive seating.
Two demos in one day! Different genres though, so we’ll let them off. Nemesys Games send word that their new 3D racer, Ignite, has been released, and also has a demo out. You can get hold of the demo here, in exchange for just 414 of your megabytes. The game seems to be a low-budget riff on the Burnout series (with boost earned via drifting, destruction and so on), which demands that you manage your “nitro” to get more points from a race. The less you rely on this boost power, the higher you score. Doesn’t look super-promising, but the demo might be worth a look.

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8 Comments »

  1. Raiyan 1.0 says:

    No has commented because they’ve all gone to download the demo!

    Funny, I just installed Burnout Paradise two days ago.

  2. Premium User Badge Harlander says:

    I thought Flatout was the low-budget riff on Burnout? (Or maybe Burnout was the high-budget Flatout?)

  3. Lewie Procter says:

    I can’t tell if it is supposed to or not, but when you press turbo, it feels like the whole universe is shaking.

  4. Eddeman says:

    Scoring higher when not using boost sounds like a bad idea. Hey, here’s a fun mechanic, try not to use it to increase your fun and you will get more points!

  5. TotalBiscuit says:

    It’s not a very good game. Picked it up when it came out several weeks ago, it’s got very little going for it unfortunately.