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#1 Alan Boiston

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Posted 04 January 2010 - 10:24

Hi All, I didn't know the best place to post this so thought I'd whack it in here!

VVV Gamer is all about every aspect of automotive gaming, from Forza to Outrun, Virtua Racing to Gran Turismo, Mario Kart to iRacing, basically racing on any format, if you love it, we love it. We also cover the motor industry, meeting racing stars and discussing their careers, below are a few VVV stars from 2009.

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Tiff Needell - 5th Gear, Lt Tom Brown - Beat the Heat, Anthony Davidson - F1 Radio 5
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Dan Greenawalt - Turn 10, Ken Block - X Games, Murray Walker - Legend!

So be it new games or retro we cover every aspect and always welcome the more mature players to discuss their roots within the gaming genre.

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F-Zero - SNES, Outrun - Arcade, Super Hang-On - Arcade and MD,

Right now we're looking to grow our community team and an our community staff in general. In particular we're looking for London UK based (or near to London) racing fans who are over 18. As well as the online action I'm keen to build a group where we can meet up, go for a few beers and discuss our racing passions, giving a personal edge. You don't have to be the best player in the world (of course if you are its a bonus haha) but personality and getting involved on the site is what we're all about.

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Of course running a site like VVV requires a lot of work and so we're looking for community staff, helping with competitions, or writing articles, of in you're concerned about your writing skills, whack up a few blogs? And who knows, if you put the work in, you may get some opportunities in return? Some VVV members already have.

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A passion for cars or bikes? Show us your ride? If you've got a gaming set-up you want to show off, lets see that too and don't forget to add us on Facebook, Twitter or Youtube!

The key thing is no pressure, just a relaxed place to talk about your passion with like minded people and have an active hand in developing the site. So we welcome all new comers, please feel free to say hello on our forums and get stuck in!

Cheers,

Alan
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www.VVVGamer.com

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#2 Risil

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 01:57

I am impressed that nearly 8% of these photos contain Samurai Goroh.

#3 Alan Boiston

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Posted 08 January 2010 - 01:00

Really? Which pics? :p

See all that effort looking for racing fans and I end up with Samurai references.

#4 Risil

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Posted 09 January 2010 - 13:17

Really? Which pics? :p

See all that effort looking for racing fans and I end up with Samurai references.


The little pink SNES car to the left of Out Run. Looking again, you can see half of Captain Falcon too...

#5 Tenmantaylor

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Posted 18 January 2010 - 01:20

Alan, I absolutely love your review of F-Zero. I was addicted to that game as a young un. It had a level of creative design intent that rivals your typical hollywood blockbuster and the complexity of the physics and graphics for the console were amazing in those days. It pretty much paved the way for wipeout on the playstation which became one of its biggest and best titles using a similar format of excellent pickup play, floating racing cars and a brilliant soundtrack :)