PS2 Games

Lotus Challenge

TITLE Lotus Challenge
GENRE Racing
US PUBLISHER Titus Software
UK PUBLISHER Avalon Interactive
NORDIC PUBLISHER Avalon Interactive

Media Screenshots:

SCREENS ADDED: 30 Aug-2005

Official Fact Sheet:

Lotus Challenge isn’t about simply driving fast – to be part of Team Lotus you need to have style, panache and skill as well. The game has a strong story which sees you performing a number of astounding driving feats, ranging from jumping through trains on the set of a Hollywood blockbuster, to chauffering a pregnant woman to the hospital before she delivers.

We’ve got just a handful of the 42 cars in Louts Challenge for you to interact with in glorious 3D. These are actual in-game models, so you get to witness the lavish detail first hand.

Lotus Challenge contains environments realistically re-created from real world locations. From the dusky streets of London to the neon-lit highways of Tokyo, the tracks in Lotus will put you to the ultimate test. Get insider information on the best way to tackle these courses, from the official Lotus test drivers themselves, in our exclusive tracks section.

  • A full compliment of cars licensed from one of England’s most prestigious manufacturers.
  • Over 37 cars ranging from classic, vintage roadsters to high-tech concept cars designed by Lotus Engineers exclusively for the game.
  • Over 15 race tracks, ranging from highly detailed real-world city locations to exhilarating custom circuits and speedways.
  • A realistic, yet accessible driving model tested and endorsed by the Lotus test drivers themselves.
  • An impact dynamics system allowing all cars to sustain full chassis damage–shattering windows and lights, bumps, dents, ruptures, scratches, and even detachable wheels.
  • A revolutionary new control method that provides higher fidelity driving control without extra peripherals.
  • Story mode, requiring the player to perform a variety of stunts, missions and challenges– weaving through oncoming traffic to escape the paparazzi, hill-climbs on treacherous, snowy alpine tracks, being filmed jumping lines of school busses for adverts, and many others.

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