Real Racing has been a fan favorite on the iPad for a while now, but now it is time for BlackBerry to see what all the fuss is about with the release of Real Racing 3. This looks set to be one of the most popular games on the platform, but will it be able to replicate the success it has enjoyed on iOS?
Being able to experience Real Racing 3 on BlackBerry 10 phones is a huge positive for the platform and to see how it will translate onto BB10 devices we have a quick Real Racing 3 video review for you to enjoy.
As with most games of this time the bigger the screen the better the experience, and so it does not bode well for BlackBerry, but it seems to play rather well on the Q10.
The start of the review is not very good because he seems to struggle to get going, and his admission that he plays it every night on his iPad mini is not a good sign, especially when he is a so-called BlackBerry expert.
We can’t helps feel Real Racing 3 on the BlackBerry Z10 would have been a better reviews, but the Q10 does gives us a strange perspective because it is not made for gaming as much as the Z10.
While the graphics look superb on the game, the same cannot be said for the overall gaming experience because it just seems like a hard task to go from the touchscreen to the keyboard in order to control the vehicle while trying to race other cars.
There are several new features with Real Racing 3, although iOS and Android devices have been enjoying those for a while now. Being able to take control of one of 45 vehicles while battling it out with another 21 cars on the grid makes for some great fun.
Some of those cars include Audi, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche and so much more.
The Real Racing 3 on BlackBerry 10 reviews seem to be rather positive, which you can read for yourself over on App World, although there were a couple of negative comments because the game would either fail to download or start.
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