Check out this hands on video of the upcoming dual screen edition of Real Racing 2 HD that uses
Engadget got the opportunity to test a pre-release version of the and had nothing but good things to say.
For this game (and we imagine many more to come), you use the as the controller — both while navigating through menus and in race mode — while the game appears only on your TV (though the tablet does display some vitals, and a map of the track). There’s noticeable lag between the iPad and TV when using AirPlay, which may be an issue for games where timing is important, such as Rock Band, but didn’t seem to set us back while playing Firemint’s racing game. Overall, AirPlay offered a seamless gaming experience without a single hiccup — surprising, considering just hit beta last week.
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