Descubra um mundo deslumbrante do automobilismo trazido à vida, desde muscle cars correndo pelas ruas icônicas de São Francisco e competindo na lendária corrida de 24 Horas de Le Mans até fazendo drifts em torno do cais de Yokohama.
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Data de lançamento: 4/jun/2008

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Descubra um mundo deslumbrante do automobilismo trazido à vida, desde muscle cars correndo pelas ruas icônicas de São Francisco e competindo na lendária corrida de 24 Horas de Le Mans até fazendo drifts em torno do cais de Yokohama. Sente-se atrás do volante de emocionantes carros de competição nas mais agressivas, espetaculares e disputadas corridas que você já experimentou.
  • Incrível mundo persistente das corridas de automobilismo, abrangendo Muscle cars, corridas de Drift e corridas em circuitos de Detroit, São Francisco, Milão, Tóquio, Yokohama, Spa, Le Mans e muitos mais;
  • Danos surpreendentes aos veículos e ambientes para os mais desejados e incríveis veículos e pistas - todos devidamente licenciados;
  • Tratamento visual impressionante e controle de direção regulável;
  • Evolução do sistema de física utilizado em Colin McRae™ DiRT™ — O engine EGO supera todos os anteriores em termos de IA, efeitos visuais e tratamento de texturas.

Requisitos de sistema

    • OS: Windows Vista/XP
    • Processor: Athlon-64, Pentium 4 3.0GHz
    • Memory: 1GB RAM
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon X1300, NVIDIA GeForce 6800
    • DirectX Version: 9
    • Hard Drive: 12.5GB Hard drive space
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Tannsi
( 9.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 24 de junho
Had this gem a few years ago, bought it on CD. Finally decided to buy it on steam.

I wish there was still some online playing available. But still this is the best racing game I have played.
Odin Faktor
( 18.9 horas registradas )
Publicada: 23 de junho
To arcady for my taste. But that is what makes me recommend it if you are looking for a semi to less serious arcade racer. Plus it has a few fun features to fool you into thinking its a real racing game (simulation). Fun title!
zK•Manobriza
( 11.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de junho
Produto recebido de graça
é barato , divertido . viiciante , ... perdi minha familia pras drogas, quer dizer esse jogo ... hehehe muito bom por sinal :D
ELPatron
( 2.2 horas registradas )
Publicada: 22 de junho
it dont start up and steam dont give me money back greedy ♥♥♥♥ stupid game
THE SUMMER SALE IS HERE
( 5.8 horas registradas )
Publicada: 21 de junho
another legendary racing game by the legends at codemasters. it's an arcade/racing sim hybrid. why racing sim? because DAMAGE. LOTS OF IT. crash once and everything changes. it's brutally hard, but fun. however, i won't recommend this to people that like ACTUAL racing sims.

pros:
+the graphics are still amazing for an old game
+a very small but good variety of licensed cars
+legendary licensed tracks
+you can put driving assists if the game is too hard for you
+customization
+drift
+DAMAGE

cons:
-its difficulty
-customization is limited to patterns, sponsor decals and numbers
-unrealistic handling
-not too many cars to choose from
-some cars are ♥♥♥♥♥♥
-no oval tracks

final rating
9/10 would crash to a corner again
possibly the best racing game of all time.
Washi
( 1.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 19 de junho
The controls don't work and can't find any fixes for the problem. So I'll have to give this game a bad review since I can't even play it.
Theodore G. Bear
( 51.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de junho
Oh my...

"GRID", or "Race Driver: Grid", depending on whether or not you really wanna be formal about all of this, is a racing game developed by Codemasters, and has been released on all platforms that matter (I'm looking at you, Nintendo). Throughout the game, you build up your reputation as a race driver, and are faced with a series of different racing disciplines to prove yourself in: drift, F1, Touring, and many more. All of this leads up to a grand finale in each season: The Le Mans 24 Hour Endurance Race on the infamous Circuit de la Sarthe (the version with winding turns on the straightaway). There's a lot of content to barge your way through, and it'll take you a bit of time to get through everything. It's been a while since this game came out, but...

HOLY ♥♥♥♥ THIS GAME STILL LOOKS BADASS

If you take damage, it's full-on damage. Windows will crack, hoods will fly off, fenders will be bent, and if you crash horribly, your race is over. Granted, it's still hard-body; you're not gonna get the detail that GTA IV gave you with its soft-body damage model. Still, the way tires can come off, and your car ends up looking like it just got done with a demolition derby (which is a racing discipline in-game, mind~), it's a marvel to behold.

That being said, the game is wonderfully optimized. While I'm running some low-tech equipment, I'm still running everything on mostly high settings. It's wonderful to see the inside of your car and how everything reacts according to what's happening on track. It doesn't sound like much, but it helps with the immersion. It's the little things that count.

The cars handle a bit differently than one might be used to. When given the choice between "arcade racer" and "simulation", Codemasters seemed to lean more towards "arcade". Some people might be turned off by this, but, in truth, this really, really adds on to the fun factor. There's no real penalty to being a ♥♥♥♥ to your fellow racers, which, coming from a jaded ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, feels so ♥♥♥♥ing good. Drifting around corners at 100, just to slam into someone else and ruin someone else's day, is so satisfying. While the cars don't act exactly like they should, it's not going to take long to get used to their handling, and you'll find yourself knocking races out of the park in just a few goes.

GRID has a few issues, mainly with its AI. But, in truth, AI has always sort of been a problem (I'm looking at you, Bethesda). While the computer isn't as dumb as rocks, it most certainly could use some work. I'm not sure if it's intentional, but it seems as though the AI can be just as aggressive as you on occasion. Most of the time, they're as submissive as a small puppy, but regardless, a few can lash out like a ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ed rotweiller. It's jarring, but it keeps you on your toes, at least.

There's a lot I've missed in this review, but as much as I'd love to go over them, GRID just got done re-downloading, and that takes precident over everything else.

9/10
VOSPITAN YLICAMI ROJDEN NEBESAMI
( 39.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 17 de junho
The game was true fun... until I get to the 3rd level of events. The amount of obvious rubberbanding went incredible, you can cut all the corners just perfectly, make a lot of clean overtakes - but it is all pointless cause as soon as you get to the final lap you can expect podium competitors catch you up with the speed of the millenium falcon. I understand this way of making the game more challenging, but when with every next race it becomes more and more the main (or only) part of AI skill, the game simply becomes a piece of annoying arcade turd, forcing you into bashing, smashing and redoing the same stage on and on till you are sick.

Honestly I just rage-quited after a few tries of getting through Ravenwest lead during Prototype Championship in J-Speed Super One. But enough is enough, I am simply tired of starting all the time in the last place (what the heck is the method of placing the starting position? Is it simply random?), forced to bypass a bunch of f***ing idiots (the biggest one being your teammate, I mean WTF man, are we for sure in the same team?!) bashing into each other or in the rear of your car. When you are done with them rookies, no matter how good you are it is hardly possible to keep your nerves together when all you can see are Ravenwest taking corners with ridiculous speed without even breaking… ♥♥♥♥ it! Try to do that exactly the same way – yeah, now you can rewind…

Other big issue is that game simply gets boring in the half of the way of the ‘Grid World’. I really enjoyed touges, D-Derby were just amazing and Pro-Types were incredible. But the second half of the game is mostly all about endurance (which is more a fight with your understeering car than taking care of competitors) or drift (where AI completly sucks and you nail the scoreboard with your eyes closed).
I do not want to dwell on the pros of this game, because there is as many of them as cons – and cons are the part that should be noticed – for getting rid of them in the future (yeah, we already had GRID 2 and Autosport so maybe it is too late to say this) and thus making them better.

Well, there is one special positive thing about entire series - each car has its own unique ‘soul’ making driving them a lot of fun – hard to say it feels like real but for sure you can feel the power and heaviness of muscle car. And that is the thing that will make me finish the game. Even if I am temporarily annoyed by it.
Roberto.csgohill
( 10.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 16 de junho
muito bom o jogo graficos otimos jogabilidade muito boa pra quem gosta jogo de corridao recomendo!!
NeedF0rS1eep
( 1.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 15 de junho
Grid is a fun game i have way more than only 1.1 hours on there im not sure why it walnt update. But thats a minor problem.

This game is a bridge of the gap thats between the all out mayhem racing of need for speed, and the track racing from somthing like grand torismo or forza motorsports. And i have to say its fun more so than i expected and for the age of this game is still looks amazing though you have to go through a config file to get it to run 1080p but its worth the small hassle.

the racing itself reminds me of need for speed the way the cars handle and stuff but they are just on a track all the time while nfs only has track event some of the time

overall a great game for when i got it at the summer sale for a whole dollar totally worth
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THIS GAME IS 8 YEARS OLD AND IT STILL LOOKS BETTER THAN ANY RACING GAME THESE DAYS.
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One of the finest car game thats old and still holds up to time i recommend this.
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The game was true fun... until I get to the 3rd level of events. The amount of obvious rubberbanding went incredible, you can cut all the corners just perfectly, make a lot of clean overtakes - but it is all pointless cause as soon as you get to the final lap you can expect podium competitors catch you up with the speed of the millenium falcon. I understand this way of making the game more challenging, but when with every next race it becomes more and more the main (or only) part of AI skill, the game simply becomes a piece of annoying arcade turd, forcing you into bashing, smashing and redoing the same stage on and on till you are sick.

Honestly I just rage-quited after a few tries of getting through Ravenwest lead during Prototype Championship in J-Speed Super One. But enough is enough, I am simply tired of starting all the time in the last place (what the heck is the method of placing the starting position? Is it simply random?), forced to bypass a bunch of f***ing idiots (the biggest one being your teammate, I mean WTF man, are we for sure in the same team?!) bashing into each other or in the rear of your car. When you are done with them rookies, no matter how good you are it is hardly possible to keep your nerves together when all you can see are Ravenwest taking corners with ridiculous speed without even breaking… ♥♥♥♥ it! Try to do that exactly the same way – yeah, now you can rewind…

Other big issue is that game simply gets boring in the half of the way of the ‘Grid World’. I really enjoyed touges, D-Derby were just amazing and Pro-Types were incredible. But the second half of the game is mostly all about endurance (which is more a fight with your understeering car than taking care of competitors) or drift (where AI completly sucks and you nail the scoreboard with your eyes closed).
I do not want to dwell on the pros of this game, because there is as many of them as cons – and cons are the part that should be noticed – for getting rid of them in the future (yeah, we already had GRID 2 and Autosport so maybe it is too late to say this) and thus making them better.

Well, there is one special positive thing about entire series - each car has its own unique ‘soul’ making driving them a lot of fun – hard to say it feels like real but for sure you can feel the power and heaviness of muscle car. And that is the thing that will make me finish the game. Even if I am temporarily annoyed by it.
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Oh my...

"GRID", or "Race Driver: Grid", depending on whether or not you really wanna be formal about all of this, is a racing game developed by Codemasters, and has been released on all platforms that matter (I'm looking at you, Nintendo). Throughout the game, you build up your reputation as a race driver, and are faced with a series of different racing disciplines to prove yourself in: drift, F1, Touring, and many more. All of this leads up to a grand finale in each season: The Le Mans 24 Hour Endurance Race on the infamous Circuit de la Sarthe (the version with winding turns on the straightaway). There's a lot of content to barge your way through, and it'll take you a bit of time to get through everything. It's been a while since this game came out, but...

HOLY ♥♥♥♥ THIS GAME STILL LOOKS BADASS

If you take damage, it's full-on damage. Windows will crack, hoods will fly off, fenders will be bent, and if you crash horribly, your race is over. Granted, it's still hard-body; you're not gonna get the detail that GTA IV gave you with its soft-body damage model. Still, the way tires can come off, and your car ends up looking like it just got done with a demolition derby (which is a racing discipline in-game, mind~), it's a marvel to behold.

That being said, the game is wonderfully optimized. While I'm running some low-tech equipment, I'm still running everything on mostly high settings. It's wonderful to see the inside of your car and how everything reacts according to what's happening on track. It doesn't sound like much, but it helps with the immersion. It's the little things that count.

The cars handle a bit differently than one might be used to. When given the choice between "arcade racer" and "simulation", Codemasters seemed to lean more towards "arcade". Some people might be turned off by this, but, in truth, this really, really adds on to the fun factor. There's no real penalty to being a ♥♥♥♥ to your fellow racers, which, coming from a jaded ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥, feels so ♥♥♥♥ing good. Drifting around corners at 100, just to slam into someone else and ruin someone else's day, is so satisfying. While the cars don't act exactly like they should, it's not going to take long to get used to their handling, and you'll find yourself knocking races out of the park in just a few goes.

GRID has a few issues, mainly with its AI. But, in truth, AI has always sort of been a problem (I'm looking at you, Bethesda). While the computer isn't as dumb as rocks, it most certainly could use some work. I'm not sure if it's intentional, but it seems as though the AI can be just as aggressive as you on occasion. Most of the time, they're as submissive as a small puppy, but regardless, a few can lash out like a ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ed rotweiller. It's jarring, but it keeps you on your toes, at least.

There's a lot I've missed in this review, but as much as I'd love to go over them, GRID just got done re-downloading, and that takes precident over everything else.

9/10
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To arcady for my taste. But that is what makes me recommend it if you are looking for a semi to less serious arcade racer. Plus it has a few fun features to fool you into thinking its a real racing game (simulation). Fun title!
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Race Driver: GRID é um jogo de corrida desenvolvido e distribuído pela Codemasters, responsável também por franquias como Colin McRae: DiRT, F1 e Operation Flashpoint etc. Sendo uma nova edição do famoso TOCA Race Driver - este bem recebido pela crítica -, GRID promete ainda mais realismo com ótimos gráficos e uma jogabilidade única, essa com aspectos arcade porém com uma postura de um bom simulador.

Lançado em 2008, GRID ainda pode ser considerado um excelente jogo, apesar de já estar bem ultrapassado para os atuais jogos de corridas, até mesmo da própria franquia. Isso justamente por ter sofrido bastante na plataforma, como tendo o seu multiplayer cancelado pela produtora por conta de questões contratuais.

GRID impressiona por ter uma jogabilidade interessante, de fácil e rápida adaptação. Para isso, o jogo requer um controle/volante para o desfruto da mesma, já que jogá-lo no teclado é extremamente complicado, porém não impossível. O jogo apresenta uma ótima IA e um excelente sistema de dano, sendo a IA imprevisível, ocasionando acidentes ou danos em seu veículo.

Apesar de oferecer diversos veículos jogáveis e a opção de customização de sua equipe, como patrocínios e customização de seus veículos para um padrão de sua equipe; e de seu piloto, o jogo acaba enjoando pela falta de variedade de pistas e eventos. Assim que se atinge um alto nível, os eventos passam a ter maior duração, porém a repetir as suas modalidades e as suas pistas.

Apesar de ser visualmente belíssimo, ter uma boa jogabilidade e até mesmo oferecer uma boa diversão, o jogo já sofre com o tempo e os novos jogos da franquia trabalharam e evoluíram os diversos pontos em que o jogo “falha”. GRID é recomendado pela boa experiência que oferece, ainda mais pelas promoções em que normalmente aparece.
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Publicada: 24 de setembro de 2015
O primeiro jogo da série GRID com certeza é o melhor, e consegue fazer a mistura perfeita entre Arcade e Simulação!

Prós:
- Gráficos lindos que não precisam de um PC bom pra rodar ( Sério, meu PC é uma carroça )
- Boa variedade de carros licenciados e muito bem detalhados e fiéis à vida real
- Sistema de equipes, patrocinadores e personalização impecável
- Inúmeras pistas, localizações e eventos reais, que também são muito fiéis à vida real
- Esquema inovador de flashbacks para voltar no tempo e consertar uma cagada ( Como uma batida feia ou uma curva mal-feita )

Contras:
- Queda de FPS em momentos com muitas partículas ( Como fumaça )
- Jogadores mais novatos terão dificuldade em se adaptar ao esquema de controle misturado
- Relativamente pesado pra um jogo de 2008 ( Na minha opinião ) ( 10319 Mb )
- A corrida da introdução da carreira ( que funciona como um tipo de tutorial ) já começa em uma dificuldade um pouco alta, fazendo com que iniciantes tenham problemas para passa-lá ( e até onde eu sei só é possível alterar a dificuldade depois de completá-la e ir para o menu da carreira )

Conclusão:
GRID é um jogo excelente que conseguiu acertar no conceito de misturar corrida Arcade com Simulação, com gráficos lindos, várias pistas e locais, uso de marcas reais ( Tanto carros como as próprias patrocinadoras ). Realmente é um jogo com o qual você gastará muito de seu tempo, finalizando a carreira, pegando todos os carros e patrocinadoras, etc.

VALE A PENA - Sim, totalmente ( Principalmente se você comprar na promoção que nem eu, paguei R$5,00 nele ).
NOTA - 91 / 100
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Publicada: 7 de junho de 2014
Grid é um ótimo jogo de corrida, um clássico que tinha qualidades nunca vistas antes, nos anos de seu lançamento. Surpreendeu tanto no quesito gráfico quanto na física de colisões, na diversidade de pistas, modelos e tipos de categorias disponíveis. Somados a alguns elementos extra-pista como reputação e patrocínio, o jogo realmente te motiva a progredir e continuar jogando.

A jogabilidade é arcade, mas possui princípios de simulador. Um bom equilibrio para uma boa diversão.

Como a maioria dos jogos, ele possui alguns altos e baixos, mas nada que altere muito a recomendação dessa análise.

Se eu estivesse avaliando no ano de seu lançamento, com certeza daria uma nota 10/10.
Ainda hoje ele com certeza merece ser jogado.
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Publicada: 24 de janeiro de 2014
Ótimo jogo de "pegas"! Já conhecia os títulos antigos... TOCA 1, 2 e 3... mas este, realmente supera seus antecessores! Adorei a jogabilidade, gráficos (excelentes), movimentação do percurso (danos, batidas, acidentes com os carros da UI...) e enrredo do jogo fenomenal!
Não só recomendo... como também indico seu novo título: GRID 2!
Vamos lá... acelerem...
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Publicada: 21 de maio
Toda vez que lembro do grid me sinto em 2012 jogando com os amigos jogando o modo demolição pena que o online foi fechado mais o modo carreira não deixa de ser boa Recomendo!
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