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Lexus Makes A More Realistic Driving Video Game

So maybe it is just a promotional tool, we'd still be interested in playing.

When it comes to driving video games, things like a wide selection of cars and a lot of customization options are important, but the most dedicated players will tell you that the best game is the one with the best physics. So when Lexus set out to create a driving simulator as a way to show off the new IS Hybrid to a select group of Lexus Facebook fans, they decided to use the best physics engine available, the real world.

The result might not have had the replay-ability of some of the big names in console driving games, and it certainly doesn’t have the car selection, but it does still look like fun.

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