Project CARS recently released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One to favorable reviews. The Wii U version is scheduled for a vague ‘2015’ release, but now the developers admit that there are struggles getting the software to run properly on Nintendo‘s console.
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
A new trailer for Project Cars has been released by Bandai Namco, revealing a smooth career mode. Continue reading New Career Mode Trailer for Project Cars
Slightly Mad Studios has announced that its upcoming racer Project CARS will be getting a series of free DLC cars in the months following its release. Continue reading Project CARS Giving Away Free DLC Every Month
On this week’s MONG Podcast, the team discussed some of this week’s biggest gaming news like February’s NPD Report, Uncharted 4’s delay, Titanfall 2 going multiplatform, and Nintendo’s next gen console announcement! Continue reading Will Losing Uncharted 4 Sink the PS4 This Holiday?
The Wii U version of Project Cars has been delayed until 2015, according to a report from Eurogamer. Continue reading Delay for Wii U Version of Project Cars