Street Outlaws has arrived in the Windows Phone 8 store with fantastic graphics, challenging game play and MOGA Pro support.
Drift Mania: Street Outlaws, the official gaming title, is a racing game focused on the art of drifting. You race across a wide variety of venues ranging from the Swiss Alps to the streets of San Francisco. Thirteen tracks in all to master, sixty achievements to conquer, and forty performance upgrades to unlock gives Street Outlaws plenty of gaming to keep you busy.
Street Outlaws features twenty one vehicles that can be customized and upgraded with paint jobs, body kits, custom wheels, tints and spoilers. You can adjust suspension, steering sensitivity, gear ratio and other performance aspects as well.
There is a multi-player, online line mode where you can compete against friends in a drift battle tournament with the ability to share results on Facebook or Twitter.
Street Outlaws makes an impression entrance into the Windows Phone 8 gaming arena. Controls seem to be a little on the sensitive side but outstanding 3D graphics really gives the gaming experience a little punch. The only downside we can see right off the bat is the lack of a trial version.
Street Outlaws is currently running $.99 and is available for Windows Phone 8 devices. You can find Street Outlaws here in the Windows Phone Store.
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