Load Inc. XBLA racer for summer

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 30 January 2008 10:16 GMT

According to this, SouthPeak is to release Load Inc.’s upcoming racer, Things on Wheels, on XBLA this summer.

An “accessible, pure arcade racing title”, it involves driving remote-control cars around the rooms of a house with tracks built up of everyday items. A bit like Micro Machines used to be. But definitely nothing like it at all.

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