"It's the first Chinese cart racing game developed with an authentic and original Chinese art style, set in real-world locations, and featuring some of the funkiest racing vehicle designs the world has ever seen," wrote McGee on his own blog. It also promises "strong narrative backbone and emotional drama" as part of the MMO-esque experience.
"We've crafted a solid Game Design Document, Technical Design Document, Art Bible, Visual Target Demo, and Development Plan," explained McGee, which in essence means the game is completely designed--on paper. The racer has a publisher in China but McGee is going public to find a publisher for the rest of the world.
McGee released a set of concept art and a trailer showing the game's art style and gameplay in an early state. Also revealed by the concept art is a plastic surgery feature in which characters become more attractive over time.
It's unknown at this time whether the American McGee brand will be attached to BaiJiu Racer. For the trailer, look below:
Cart racing MMO's are very popular so I'd have to say this isn't a horrible idea. It might be American's best idea really.