I remember when “Initial D” came into prominence in the United States among my friends, similar to how “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift” that followed. Their influence on car culture and games were vast. And I’ve been waiting for something to come from a racing game that would innovate and have a similar impact as those TV shows and movies did. Level 91 Entertainment has provided an entirely new way to play racing games, especially when drifting. Intertial Drift forms a mold that many will surely cast from for years to come.