RACING

Gravel Review

One of the biggest problems that Gravel faces, particularly on the Xbox One (which is the version that this review is based on), is that it’s always going to be compared to the Forza Horizon series. W...[Read More]

Gravel season pass and DLC announced

Milestone is probably one of the most experienced developers when it comes to racing games.  Today Milestone have released details about the season pass and DLC updates about their off-road racing tit...[Read More]

Project Cars 2 review

The racing genre is nowhere near as saturated as it used to be, at least in regards to the sheer amount of titles out there. However, finding a gap within the genre to focus on is more difficult than ...[Read More]

Thrustmaster TS-XW Racer Sparco P310 Competition Mod review

That price is £650/$699 – So it certainly isn’t for the casual gamer, however, if you can afford to this steering wheel is highly recommended. The Steering wheel itself is a 1:1 replica of the P310 st...[Read More]

Need for Speed Payback announced

With a familiar Fast and Furious theme to it, the visuals of last year’s title but with some sunshine, collectable classic cars to find like in Forza Horizon, the crash sequences of Burnout, and...[Read More]

Table Top Racing World Tour review

The idea of tiny cars racing around a real world environment isn’t a new one. Micro Machines was probably one of the first way back in 1991.  Table Top Racing World Tour puts us right back into ...[Read More]

New screenshots of Micro Machines Word Series

I loved the Micro Machine games back in the day, and I am very excited to see it returning this year. And to whet my appetite a little more, Codemasters have released five new screenshots of Micro Mac...[Read More]

Steep review

Steep needs no storyline. It needs no larger than life characters or fantastical course layout. Steep is to SSX what Skate is to Tony Hawk. It’s about finding that perfect ski line and smashing the me...[Read More]

Gas Guzzlers Extreme review

There has been a glut of racing games lately, with a good number of them featuring some form of battle element. Gas Guzzlers Extreme falls most definitely into that last category. Imagine, dear reader...[Read More]

Gas Guzzlers Extreme powers it’s way to Xbox One

Do you like cars? Do you like guns? Do you like racing? Do you like explosive action? Do you like cars shooting guns while racing and blowing things up? If you answered Yes! or Hell Yes! to any of tho...[Read More]

Horse Racing 2016 review

Whether it’s from the expense of making modern games, the experience of developers and the lessons they’ve learnt, the risk minimisation of publishers, or even the critique from reviewers, but there h...[Read More]

Ride 2 review

Back in April 2015, I was handed what was in all likelihood, the first motorbike racing game I’d played since Road Rash. I won’t beat about the bush, Ride was distinctly average. Now Milestone have up...[Read More]

Obliteracers review

Obliteracers is a quirky, cute and very colourful top-down racer from developers Varkian Empire. I’m going to get it out the way and compare it to Mario Kart then I promise I won’t do it a...[Read More]

Assetto Corsa review

I’ve played racing games for as long as I’ve had a suitable platform to play them on. From Out Run to Gran Turismo, Lotus Esprit Turbo Challenge to TOCA, they’ve all held a fascination and dragged out...[Read More]

F1 2016 shows off its immersive Career mode

The latest F1 2016 trailer gives fans an idea of what to expect from the the new Career mode. Players will experience the tension of the Formation Lap as they weave to warm their tyres, before facing ...[Read More]

GTA 5 Stunt Racing Part 2 Let’s Play

Greg Giddens, Derek McRobert, Dave Moran and Max Powley return for another set of races in the new GTA Online Cunning Stunts update.

GTA 5 Stunt Racing Let’s Play

Join Greg Giddens, Derek McRoberts, Dave Moran and Max Powley as they compete in some of the new stunt racing tracks in GTA Online’s Cunning Stunts update.

Coffin Dodgers review

Sometimes, there are some titles that I can’t really wait to get my teeth into. Then there are some that make me yearn for the cold embrace of death, or at least the opportunity to take my teeth out a...[Read More]

Review

Bike Mayhem 2 from Goldmark Studio is, at first glance, your run of the mill downhill racer. The indie catalogue is filled with these games, but although it doesn’t break from the core of these games,...[Read More]

Bike Mayhem 2

Smash down trails, launch huge jumps, pull off insane tricks, win tons of gear, build amazing trails and challenge your friends to be the King of the Mountain!

Customise your racing experience with Thrustmaster’s TX Servo Base

If you crave more realism from racing games, then you might be interested in Thrustmaster’s racing ecosystem. At the centre is Thrustmaster’s TX Servo Base, which can take a variety of dif...[Read More]

Racer of the Year

The year is coming to a close and so it’s time once again to take a look back at all the great games that have been released in 2015. Every day up until the end of the year we’ll be revealing our top ...[Read More]

Rock’N Racing Off Road DX review

When Rock’N Racing was announced it caught my eye, it reminded me of racing games from my younger years (not that I can remember names but it hit the nostalgic part of my brain), so I felt I had...[Read More]

Forza Motorsport 6 review

As the Forza Series reaches its 10th year, we got our hands on Forza Motorsport 6. With Project CARS getting a good reception from racing simulation fans, can Turn 10 Studios grab some traction back? ...[Read More]

F1 2015 review

Ever since F1 2010 was released I’ve been hooked, so imagine how disappointed I was to discover that F1 2014 was a non-starter on the new generation of consoles. A year later F1 2015 is alive and I’m ...[Read More]

Quantum Rush Champions review

The demand for futuristic combat racers is alive and well. Sadly, with Nintendo remaining tight-lipped on the prospect of another F-Zero after an eleven year hiatus and the closure of Wipeout develope...[Read More]

Beach Buggy Racing review

Beach Buggy Racing won’t set the racing world alight, but there is plenty of content to discover that will keep you coming back. The game has made the transition from the touch devices to consol...[Read More]

Project CARS review

I’ve always loved racing games, starting way back when playing F1 Race on the original Game Boy, playing through the night on Gran Turismo, buzzing round Gymkhana events at Battersea Power Station bef...[Read More]

First Impressions Video: Giana Sisters Dream Runners

Black Forest Games’ upcoming multiplayer focused Giana Sisters: Dream Runners get the First Impressions treatment. As such, expect a mixture of funny and informative narration as our Video Edito...[Read More]

Giana Sisters: Dream Runners preview

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams offered a superbly designed, and strikingly detailed platformer with thrilling acuity. The unique environment switching abilities of Giana produced visually stunning and ...[Read More]

Project CARS: Multiplayer trailer

In Project CARS online multiplayer, create your own public and private race weekends or join players all around the world to put your skills to the test. Will you be the first one to cross the finish ...[Read More]

Need for Speed Rivals Gameplay

Take on unique careers as both a Cop and Racer where your story, gameplay, cars, and tech differ for each side of the law. As a mysterious Racer named Zephyr, draw the attention of the masses in Redvi...[Read More]

Grid 2 Multiplayer T​railer

  Whether players want to dive into a quick race online or in two-player split-screen, specialise in their favourite event or become one of the best cross-discipline racers in the world, GRID 2 o...[Read More]