The TDU series is a lifestyle simulator where you go from having a job to having the most impressive car collection bar Leno and the Sultan of Brunei and the most impressive houses short of Donald Trump. You can show off your lack of taste by inviting people to your apartment or just meet them wherever you find them in the open world. It's about teleporting yourself to an alternate universe where you're actually going to make it in life. The Crew is a driving game. All you can spend your money on is cars. Aside from driving cars, all you can do is take them to an upgrade shop or swap bits around in the garage. Any social interactions or events take place on the road, wherever that may be. The garage has no real purpose other than storing your cars, which also can be quite a lot. IT LIVES AND BREATHES CARS. I don't mind the TDU games. The problem with a new release these days is it'll have to go head to head with the likes of GTA. Really, take the guns out of GTA and you have TDU. Yes, the latter category described above is dominated by the Forza Horizon series, but, for political reasons, that'll only ever reach half its potential customer base.