GO Kart Street Wars

Written by Contributor

July 6, 2011

Garena  Philippines has a game for players who are tired of the typical same old genres; GO Kart Street Wars is a Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) racing game that revolves around the lifestyle of a racer. The fun part in this game is that it doesn’t just focus on just the race, you can hang out and meet new friends, if you are into fashion; you can customize your racer, there is even a dance mode if you need a break from the long sessions of racing.

They also launch their newest patch last June 7; entitled Rise of the Road Surfers, where they will be adding skateboards as a new vehicle to choose for the race. You will be also seeing new sets of cars, motorbikes, pit stop treasures and the new pet system.

You can download the game at www.gokart.ph and don’t forget to like their Facebook Page.

Check out the screenshots and video of GO Kart Street Wars

 

 

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