We met the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Drove it on the track. Red key. 707 horses with 650 pound-feet of torque. This thing moves and its supercharger whines and its tires grip and its brakes grab and it’s a ball. Our hellcat experience proved to us just how smooth this beast is! It was also a lot less scary than we would have imagined. Also, at this price, one Hellcat of a bargain.
Not your entry-level Challenger and not a Hellcat. The 2015 Scat Pack Challenger still got my attention in a hurry with its 6.4 liter Hemi V8. 485 horsepower and 475 lb/ft of torque. The Challenger Scat Pack scoots to 60 in a mere 4.5 seconds and gets your heart racing, too. Look for a price a little under 50k.
It was almost worth the wait. Bungie is well-known for its legendary Halo series and I wondered if Destiny would pale by comparison. It doesn’t, but it tries to be many things to many players. The worlds created by Bungie are rich and diverse, as you’ve come to expect from the company, but maybe a little too diverse to blend together. It works well as an FPS and I seldom tire of the combat action. Still, maybe a little more FOCUS would serve Bungie well. Quit trying to wrap every game into one called Destiny. That said, I’d certainly recommend it to a friend. Here’s a special price for Destiny for the xBox One.