A lot of games that were shown at the event could have been classified as multiplayer games, but while some like Battlefield emphasized winning against other teams, DriveClub took a more unique approach of winning against yourself. During the event everyone who was playing DriveClub were driving against the ghosts of other players but with all the mini-challenges that popped up that kept you on your toes, and wanting to beat your previous score each lap made it just as exciting as beating a ghost's score. All those mini-challenges made it fun for a non-driving fan to enjoy a unique experience without getting bored by knowing your driving skills are not at an elite level.
TGS 2013 - Best Multiplayer Game Award - DriveClub
By Dane Smith on 23 September 2013