Superstars V8 Racing’s Price Slashed for the Holidays

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You have to applaud O-Games for its relentless drive to get Superstars V8 Racing into gamers’ hands as cheaply as humanly possible. First, the decision was made to drop its full-priced multi-platform retail release in favor of a $20 digital download release exclusively for PS3. And then a contest used free copies of Gran Turismo 5 to lure in new drivers. But apparently PS3 racing enthusiasts are still far too busy with Sony’s ‘Real Driving Simulator’ to bother with Superstars V8 Racing, because in another desperate move to attract customers, O-Games has slashed the already amazing price of $19.99 to the astoundingly low price of only $9.99.

“We are pleased to be offering such an amazing racing game at a new and equally amazing price to customers in time for the holidays,” said Greg Lanz, general manager of O-Games, Inc. “This is the ultimate gift to buy for the speed demon on your shopping list, and at just $9.99, it’s the perfect racing solution for players looking for a premium title at a non-premium price!”

Seriously, folks. I don’t think the game is going to get any cheaper than this, and I don’t think O-Games can possibly do anything more to make you want to buy it. So go download it already. It’s a great racer, for real.

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