If there is one car racing video game that you might enjoy playing this holiday season with your children as a parent, look no further, Gear Club Unlimited for Nintendo Switch has what it takes to give the entire family a fun casual arcady racing experience.
Far from the complex hour long in-depth racing simulation games, Gear Club Unlimited is plug and play with simple controls and provides the thrills and excitement of motorsports action from the comfort of your coach with no learning curve.
Using the switch dual screens, parents can pick up a quick game in multiplayer mode decide to organize a family championship or take a break and let their children sharpen their skills while progressing on their own through the career mode.
Gear Club Unlimited is rated E for everyone and will be available for the Nintendo Switch on December 1st, 2017 for $49.99.
On behalf of publisher Microids, HomeRun PR is kindly seeking your consideration for including Gear Club Unlimited to your selection of gifts for the holidays.
For the first time on Nintendo Switch, players will discover an authentic racing car universe with Gear.Club Unlimited. They will approach the most incredible rides currently on the market , vibrate to the sound of high power engines to live a driving experience second to none in the most beautiful cars in the world.
Gear.Club Unlimited offers players the opportunity to test their racing skills on over 400 races in 3 modes:
- Derby mode: where players will challenge up to 7 other drivers.
- Rally mode: 4 drivers will compete on off-road tracks where drift will be essential to win the race.
- Time trial mode: where it will be necessary to achieve the best time. Each championship won will unlock new vehicles, new car improvements and new races.
Thanks to the modularity of the Nintendo Switch, players will benefit from Eden Games’ expertise in racing games anytime, anywhere, in handheld mode or docked using a home theater, alone or with friends!
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