Top Gear: Race The Stig for Windows 8.1 Gets Released
If you are a racing fan and you got tired of all your games then you need to try “Top Gear: Race The Stig” made exclusively for your Windows 8.1 Microsoft systems. Easy to install and easy to play this game has what it takes to take a place in your Games folder of your Windows 8.1 PC.
BBC Worldwide Ltd comes to us with a game specifically designed to put your gaming skills to the test. “Top Gear: Race The Stig” puts us through a challenge by racing Tog Gear’s very own racing driver. Also one of the cool features presented in this racing game for our Top Gear tv show lovers is the fact that we can choose in game the key locations that are also present in Top Gear shows.
Get “Top Gear: Race The Stig” for Windows 8.1 now
Customizing your driver having a wide selection of helmets to choose from , challenging your friends to beat your top scores via Facebook or Twiter and racing against “The Stig” on the famous Top Gear tv show locations are a couple of more interesting features that we might enjoy playing “Top Gear: Race The Stig”. We can have all these features and more only by installing for free “Top Gear: Race The Stig” from our local Windows store.
The size of the game won’t present any problems either , “Top Gear: Race The Stig” has only 24.9 MB of space required which I think everyone has on they’re Windows 8.1 PC or tablet. The processors required to play this game are the basic ones that you have on the new operating systems you buy these days like x86, x64, ARM.
So if you think that this game is for you and you want to try it on your Windows 8.1 system download it from our link below and enjoy the race as they say. We are open to any thoughts and opinions about “Top Gear: Race The Stig” game, share with us below what you liked about it and what could be improved to make the game play better.
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