Driving is smooth and responsive.
Weapons add a burst of energy to the standard racing action.
Rewards system makes game difficult to put down.
Indepth multiplayer mode is easy to lose hours to.
Wide variety of tracks and cars.
Handling is solid.
Combat is fun and addictive.
Online is green across the boards.
Splitscreen mode is stripped.
Level cap is too low in single player.
No Match Making.
Difficulty steeps rather quickly.
Uneven graphical and presentation quality.
By ITP.net on December 06, 2010
Blur genuinely has plenty to offer whether you're playing the single-player portion on your own or sitting down with friends and engaging in multiplayer mayhem. It's a slick, brutal and thoroughly enjoyable game....80
By Strategy Informer on August 02, 2010
In the world of kart racing, one game has stood king for nearly as long as the genre existed: Mario Kart. Or so most people believe, and thus associate the name kart racing to Nintendo’s famed franchise. This year offered new competition on three...80
By PC Gamer on July 09, 2010
PC optimization issues and lack of peripheral support aside, Blur is the sweetest car combat game in...78
By V3.co.uk on June 25, 2010
Blur's combination of real-world vehicles with out-of-this world power-ups makes for an enjoyable racing game. Good Points: A novel twist on the kart racing genre; addictive multiplayer; split-screen option Bad Points: Not for those who are looking...80
By Techgage on June 25, 2010
To help wrap things up, I'll quickly tackle a couple of other minute details I haven't up to now. First and foremost, the control and overall gameplay is quite fluid and fun. Cars react as you'd expect them to (on a per model basis) and...-
By Evergeek on June 11, 2010
Blur is a racing game that tries to combine a realistic car racing simulation - real-life cars that take realistic damage on realistic renders of real streets from around the world - with arcade style car-combat sensibilities - power-ups, turbo...60
By New Game Network on June 11, 2010
Arcade racing with vehicle combat is not a new idea, but Blur does it well enough to be a fairly strong contender in the genre. The combat in Blur is created by using power-ups placed carefully around the tracks, often in chokepoints. Most of the cars...78
By Gaming Daily on June 09, 2010
There’s something honest about Blur. Where Split/Second flaunts an awkward back-story, and Burnout just doesn’t ever shut the hell up, Blur unashamedly exposes its humble gaming core; a basic game principle balanced with compulsive tactical depth. ...86
By IGN Gear on June 02, 2010
Blur isn't the addictive, competitive online game that people wanted it to be. Rather, Blur is a palate-cleansing game, the type of experience you pop in for a few minutes with your friends when you're looking for a break between sessions of a...70
By GameSpot on May 27, 2010
This fast and exciting racer continually finds a way to keep you circling around for another...80