Personally, I loved Split/Second. The reviewwe posted may not have scored as high as I would%26rsquo;ve, but if you%26rsquo;re sick of the licensed car, simulation rigmarole as much as I am, trust me: Split/Second is your offensive breath of fresh air. It doesn%26rsquo;t fall back on the dated kart/combat mechanics of yesteryear either, and instead pretty much lets you play inside Jerry Bruckheimer%26rsquo;s brain!
Anyway, the whole shebang is presented like an episodic Hollywood production. We%26rsquo;d hate to see any of you wander into the proceedings like a deer in headlights, so we recommend firing up those Blu-ray players and prepping yourself for the carnage. When I asked the developers what films inspired them, and it turns out Michael Bay%26rsquo;s brightly lit, non-lethal film series of toys come to life fit the bill. Let%26rsquo;s kick it off with what they told us: