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Reports have been floating around the 'net that Atari would be shutting off the servers for the first Test Drive: Unlimited game as early as January of 2011, presumably to make way for the open world racing game's sequel. But Atari tells Joystiq that the rumors are blatantly untrue -- "they are not...

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Infogrames President Phil Harrison announced today at a publisher event that the company plans to revisit Baldur's Gate, Dungeons & Dragons, Neverwinter Nights and Test Drive Unlimited -- but not until after 2009 (via Eurogamer). Three of those franchises have had recent releases (NWN2: Storm o...

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Making its way onto the Xbox Live Marketplace yesterday was new Test Drive Unlimited downloadable content and, slap us with a used tire, we forgot to tell you about it. The new "Test Drive Collection - Volume 6" DLC includes seven new whips (yes, we did say whips) including the Lamborghini Diablo GT...

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TeamXbox reports that new content for for Test Drive Unlimited is now available on Xbox Live Marketplace. The Test Drive Collection Volume 5 includes 5 cars for the easily digestible price of 350 MS Points. The cars include the Chrysler Crossfire SRT6 Coupe, Dodge Charger Super Bee, Ferrari 308 GT...

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Has your copy of Bullet Witch just been sitting around gathering dust? Well, there's nothing you can do about that; you traded it to EB Games fair and square. No, we don't blame you, we just wanted to let you know that the new content for the game on Marketplace isn't going to do you much good. For...

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Given the recent hoopla over content prices on Xbox Live Marketplace, it's good to see something free. Of course, it's always nice to see something free, isn't it? Atari announced today that it has teamed up with Lexus to bring two new cars to Test Drive Unlimited. The two new cars are the GS 450h...

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It's a huge week of games for PSP, and one of the more hotly anticipated titles in the Infrastructure-enabled Test Drive Unlimited. The game, which should be in stores today or tomorrow, has the potential to deliver an incredible experience that simulates the experience of a next-gen game. TDU...

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We've got some more XBLM downloading to do today in the form of Test Drive Unlimited content. So, let's get right into it. There are a few packages that cost Microsoft Points, but one is a free download for the Cadillac CTS-V. The other paid downloads include the Test Drive Racers Guild #2 which c...

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You've seen all our coverage so far: Test Drive: Unlimited attempts to recreate all of the functionality, online and off, of its console brethren, and from what we've heard so far: it's succeeding. Being able to drive anywhere, anytime, in Oahu certainly sounds ambitious, but does this first trail...

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"God knows how they've done it, but they've done it. Melbourne House, that sage studio of Australian game development, has crammed just about all of the features of the Xbox 360 version onto Sony's handheld. What's more, while the graphics engine lacks the sophistication of the full-sized version,...

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Publishers have been slow to embrace Infrastructure multiplayer on the PSP. However, recent releases like Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops and Medal of Honor: Heroes have opened up the portable to truly exciting online worlds. Atari's upcoming Test Drive Unlimited will attempt to bring the console's...

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Test Drive: Unlimited lives up to it's name with a second demo now available on Marketplace. This one includes four new rides -- the Ferrari F430, the Ford Mustang GT, the AC Cobra, and a Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R motorcycle -- plus new challenges and improved graphics. All told you should have this gam...

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Xboxyde posted this video of a Maserati MC12 in action from the upcoming Test Drive Unlimited. The car model looks great, but the video isn't exactly exciting -- unless you like watching cars drive both toward and away from the screen. The workmanship on this car is top notch, though: it survives ...

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We broke the story earlier this month that Test Drive Unlimited would be available for the low, low price of US $39.99. This led some of our UK readers to hope and pray that the European price would be a bargain as well. Sorry, lads (and ladies), Test Drive Unlimited will cost £49.99 ($92.95...

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Our auto-obsessed (addicted?!) colleagues at Autoblog have a bunch of shots of the entrants in Atari's Test Drive Unlimited contest to design a vehicle for the game. Out of the more than 100 designs submitted, Atari chose David Sichtermann's action figure getaway car in exchange for $2500 in remun...

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Test Drive Unlimited will retail for $39.95 when it drops later this year. That's right, a brand new, shiny 360 game will cost you $39.95. Not only that, but more content including cars and music will be available in Marketplace shortly after the game's release, and the music, at least, will be fr...

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Atari went to the trouble of releasing some new shots of Test Drive: Unlimited, and Planet Xbox 360 even went so far as to post them. Of course, we've all seen screens of boring old sports cars, but now we have some juicy shots of the GUI. That's where the real action is. Just look at all those ph...

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Tired of test driving the same old Ferrari's and Lamborghinis? Cruise over to Atari.com and vote for your favorite fan fabrication in the Test Drive: Unlimited Design Contest before the final flag drops July 10. The winner gets their ride included in the game as a driveable car, plus $2500. [Th...

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Driving games are dime a dozen, in my opinion, so when one comes around claiming to be "different," your ears are forced to perk up. This is where the latest version of Test Drive comes in. It's your standard, every day driving game but with a twist -- one that Atari and the developers hope is eno...

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