Ever get realistic racer fatigue? I’m afflicted by it myself: I can only enjoy a hardcore racing game like Gran Turismo or Forza once every few years, because anything more would feel too rote and repetitive. If you’re like me, you much prefer the unorthodox racing games that try to do something different with the genre – stuff like the item management of Mario Kart, the aggressive slow-mo carnage of Burnout, or the destructive setpieces in Split/Second. So I’m immediately taken by Trailblazers, a new arcade racer headed to PS4, Switch, Xbox One, and PC that takes the core concept of Splatoon onto the track and looks great doing it. 

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