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Love them or hate them, the movies in “The Fast and the Furious” franchise deliver on what they promise: gratuitous action and lots of cars. The plots may only hold water until you start to think about them, but each film seems to outdo the last in terms of physics-defying stunts and the rarity and quality of the sheetmetal on screen. With hundreds of cars featured over the years, it’s tough to choose just a handful. Nevertheless, here are our top 20 cars from the first six films.

At the end of the first film, Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) races Brian O’Conner (Paul Walker) in his father’s 1970 Dodge Charger , which is said to have 900 hp. After just missing being hit by a freight train, the Charger hits a truck and flips through the air. Although it looks like the Dodge muscle car’s racing days are over, the car returns for films 4 and 5 to break Toretto out of a prison transport bus.

At the beginning of 2003’s “2 Fast 2 Furious,” Brian O’Conner drives an R34-generation Nissan Skyline GT-R. He enters the car in a four-way street race, where he jumps the twin-turbo, all-wheel-drive coupe off a bridge before getting car-tasered by the cops. The R34 returns in the fourth installment, though it’s unclear if O’Conner installed a “Gallo 12” or “Gallo 24” engine this time around.

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The days when you had to buy a dedicated gaming rig and spend a load of cash for a quality gaming experience are long gone. Thanks to the iPhone (and iPod touch) and the App Store, you can get an excellent mobile gaming experience for just a few bucks (or quid, for that matter), or even less.

In fact, a lot of the games out there are free. But can you get great games for nothing at all, or is the 'free' section of the App Store just a shoddy excuse to bombard you with in-app purchases?

The answer is, of course, both. The trick is finding the gems amongst the dross, and what follows are our picks of the bunch: our top free iPhone games, presented in no particular order, including both long-time classics and brilliant cutting-edge recent releases. We've even included a VR game for you... aren't you lucky?

The Fast and the Furious ( ファスト・アンド・フュリアス ? ) is a racing game for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable . The game is based on the film series of the same name , particularly, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift . It should not be confused with The Fast and the Furious arcade game, which was later ported to the Wii as Cruis'n . The game is also considered a spiritual successor to Street Racing Syndicate .

In 2003, an anticipated game with the same name was being developed [1] and then cancelled. The promotional trailer is included as one of the bonus features in the 2 Fast 2 Furious DVD. [2] The two games were developed by two different developers however (the 2003 cancelled game by Genki ; [1] the 2006 released game by Eutechnyx ), and besides their tie to the Fast and Furious franchise, they were not related in any way. [ citation needed ]

The game was met with very mixed reception. GameRankings and Metacritic gave it a score of 58% and 59 out of 100 for the PlayStation 2 version, [16] [18] and 55% and 58 out of 100 for the PSP version. [17] [19]