May 17th, 2013 admin
If you’re a big fan of racing video games, you already know that there are some amazing franchises out there that you can play. Whether it’s a racing game or a game where you simply own and drive a vehicle, it is easy to see how some games have contracts with certain car companies. Just take a look at the car itself and what it is called and you will easily be able to see that it is an actual car that you can buy from a local dealership.
One thing to remember about this is that Read the rest of this entry »
May 16th, 2013 admin
Play any video game nowadays and there is a good chance that you will be driving some type of vehicle from time to time. One thing that you’ve probably noticed about video game vehicles is that they have the same look and name of some of the most popular manufacturers out there. From Ford to Chevy, you can literally drive just about any car you want in some of the more popular video games out there. There are just a few things to know Read the rest of this entry »
May 15th, 2013 admin
There are dozens of video games out there that feature some of the best vehicles of all time. You have probably played some of these games yourself and might have even seen a car you liked while playing it. One thing that you need to remember about using a car in a game as opposed to real life is that the car is going to handle totally different from its video game lookalike. Because of this, you never want to buy a vehicle just because you liked it when using it in a Read the rest of this entry »
May 14th, 2013 admin
If you have ever played a racing video game on your favorite console, then you have probably noticed at some point that the drivers’ names and the specific vehicles used are the same as what you would find in the actual racing sport that the game is about. Have you ever wondered how game developers were able to do this without being sued by the racers or the manufacturers of the cars themselves? If so, then you are not alone. In fact, this is a question that is commonly asked by gamers Read the rest of this entry »
May 11th, 2013 admin
Video games are constantly receiving licenses for vehicles that are going to be put into the game itself. You probably know a handful of games right off the top of your head that feature some well-known cars that you can also find in your local dealership lot. The way that these types of deals work is by having a license to have the car featured in the game. This can either benefit the game itself or it can also benefit the car company.
The car company might actually be paying the video game Read the rest of this entry »
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