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#1 Mashed: Drive to Survive

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Mashed: Drive to Survive combines the elements of Racing and Vehicular Combat developed by Supersonic and published by Empire Interactive. The game has both Single and Multiplayer modes and takes place in the stunning environments.

There are multiple races, and each consists of four vehicles. The player must select his car, and his main task is to explore the environment, navigate obstacles, and acquire a weapon to destroy opponents.

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#2 Jak X: Combat Racing

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Jak X: Combat Racing is a Single and Multiplayer Vehicular Combat video game released by Naughty Dog for PlayStation. It is the marvelous fourth entry in the series of Jax and Daxter.

One year after the defeat of the dark forces, the legendary warriors successfully restore the peace once again in the city. A new faction appears called Combat Racing, full of brutal monsters and start threatening the environment.

#3 WWE Crush Hour

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WWE Crush Hour is a Racing, Vehicular Combat, Single and Multiplayer video game created by Pacific Coast Power and Light. The game revolves around vehicle combat elements and features over thirty WWE superstars in modified vehicles loaded with deadly weapons.

It takes place in the destructible world and puts the player against NPCs or other players with a task to eliminate them all using guns and be the last survivor to earn amazing rewards. Explore the world from a third-person perspective, drive a vehicle, perform exciting stunts, and dominate the playfield.

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#4 Motor Mayhem

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Motor Mayhem is a Single and Multiplayer Vehicular Combat video game developed by Beyond Games. The game takes place in the fully destructible world invaded by evil foes and their leaders. It lets you a chance to become a hero and save the world from rival players.

There are a variety of modified vehicles, and each car fully equipped with deadly weapons that you can use against foes to eliminate them. The game rewards you experience points as you destroy a vehicle of opposing character.

#5 Twisted Metal: Head-On

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Twisted Metal: Head-On is a Vehicular-Combat, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Incognito Entertainment and published by SCEA. It is a sequel to the title Twisted Metal 2, offering similar gameplay to the last one with some new features.

According to the gameplay, the player can choose or create his vehicle loaded with weapons and partake in competitions where the only aim is to destroy opponents to win the game. It offers several game modes such as Story Mode, Challenge Mode, Endurance Mode, and two players Split Screen Mode.

#6 Twisted Metal 2

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Twisted Metal 2 is a Vehicular-Combat, Single and Multiplayer video game developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It is a second game in the series of Twisted Metal that is available to play on Microsoft Windows and Play Station platforms.

The game introduces lots of new areas, characters, and vehicles, etc. that makes the game more exciting and enjoyable. The gameplay is almost the same as its previous title, in which the player can choose one of several cars and get into the game world.

#7 Test Drive: Eve of Destruction

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Test Drive: Eve of Destruction is Racing, Driving, Vehicular-Combat, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Monster Games and published by Atari. The game offers an exciting gameplay based on the American sport of demolition derby that takes place in the United States.

It contains all the old vehicles such as automobiles, police cars, buses, and taxies, etc. At the beginning of the game, the player can choose his vehicle from available and get into the game world to complete the main task. During the game, the player needs to take on the opposing players and cross the finish line first to win the race.

#8 Test Drive Unlimited

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Test Drive Unlimited is an Open-world, Arcade-style, Single and Multiplayer Racing video game developed and published by Atari Inc. It is the ninth major title of the Test Drive series that introduce lots of new features and upgrades.

The game offers a new Free-Roam mode in which the player can drive his car on both on-road and off-road areas to complete his task. It supports both single and multiplayer modes, and both consist of multiple game types.

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