Test Drive a Ferrari in March 2012

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Test Drive a Ferrari in March 2012
The Test Drive series will continue next year with a Ferrari-centric driving game. publisher Bigben Interactive announced the acquisition of distribution rights for Test Drive: Ferrari, which it will release in Europe on March 20, for Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.

Eurogamer speculated that this game is a project by Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad Studios, long in development. NeoGAF user BADNED seems to have some inside info, but didn't comment on that info; however, he did share the above image, and what appear to be animated GIFs from a trailer, which you can see throughout the thread.

Bigben also announced Mayhem, a demolition derby game for Xbox 360 and PS3; a game with Sin City-style graphics "using all the clichés of the stock cars race very popular in many countries."
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Bigben Interactive & Evolved just signed a major distribution
agreement for the upcoming titles

TEST DRIVE: FERRARI

MAYHEM

Lesquin, November 18, 2011 – Bigben Interactive is proud to announce having signed the distribution
of two major titles from the EVOLVED/DATA CONTENT Ltd catalogue.

First of all, the very successful TEST DRIVE license with the new opus called TEST DRIVE: FERRARI –
the ultimate driving experience for fans of the Ferrari Brands and the racing games. TEST DRIVE:
FERRARI will be the 20th title of this impressive and successful collection. The last episode has
reached 1.5 million sell-out worldwide.

Bigben Interactive will release the title in most major European countries besides the United
Kingdom on March 30, 2012. It will be available on PS3™/Xbox360™/PC.

The second title from Data Content Ltd. Catalogue will be Mayhem, a demolition derby game which
will be released on PlayStation 3 & Xbox 360 in January 2012. Mayhem is a surprising Sin City graphic
style game using all the clichés of the stock cars race very popular in many countries.
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