The number of real-world cars available in Blur is mind-blowing and beyond anything I expected. There are mid-line consumer cars like the Ford Focus, as well as high-end deals like the Audi R8. There's even room for old beater trucks and the VW Bug. All look great and give Blur an almost sim-like visual appeal. Then it goes all rave on you.
While Blur looks any other racing game at the outset, there's a neon-infused vibe running through everything. Power-ups and track indicators are brightly colored and look like signs you would see in a nightclub. It's a cool look, if not a bit dated. Still, Blur has style.
Music and sound aren't memorable. There's music playing in the background, but you won't hear much of it. Power-ups fly all over the map, creating lots of bright fireworks and loud noises.