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Joy Ride Turbo

Joy Ride gets dis-Kinected

Racer to use control pad.

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Kinect Joy Ride didn't really hit the spot when it was released in 2010. So it's no surprise that the sequel will see a significant change of direction.

That shift comes in the form of the developer's decision to ditch the Kinect controls and bring back the trusty control pad.

The game will feature over 40 cars, new tracks and a plethora of unlocks. Let's hope that the shift back to the traditional controller will lead to improved gameplay.

Joy Ride Turbo

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