Voofoo Studios announces Mantis Burn Racing for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Continue reading Top-Down Racer Mantis Burn Racing announced
Today, during a London conference, Sony presented Polyphony Digital’s highly anticipated Gran Turismo Sport. Continue reading PS4 exclusive Gran Turismo Sport gets new trailer, release date, and more
Matt and Brian talk about Matt actually being a sentient robot, the magic of Project CARS and the next Need for Speed taking place in the Land of Oz. Brian shares some insight on his signature “I’ve got to take a poo” driving style and the guys give a little tease for The Witcher 3 conversation that’ll happen in the next episode.
LOOSE IN THE CORNERS
With the current generation of consoles still waiting on its first true simulation racing game, long-anticipated title Project CARS arrived on the scene last week after spending years in development. Slightly Mad Studios’ racer is as deep in simulation as the genre offers, but the game’s tires spin a little bit off the line. How does it hold up through the rest of the track? Continue reading Project CARS Review
It’s been a rough fall season for Ubisoft releases and the trend will either continue, or be broken, with the release of their next title, The Crew. The title is a social racing game that is built around multiplayer, co-op and competitive experiences. That said, they don’t believe that day one reviews will be the best sources of good information. Continue reading The Crew Day One Reviews Might Not be Reliable Says Ubisoft
Today, Nintendo of America’s Twitter feed posted an interesting new concept to Mario Kart TV – Challenges for players. Mario Kart TV is a new addition to the wildly successful Mario Kart 8 for the Wii U system that allows players to upload videos of their gameplay. Furthermore, players can modify the video to fast-forward, rewind, or put in slow-motion and promptly upload to YouTube. Continue reading Mario Kart TV Challenges Concept Announced