Slightly Mad Studios' recent racer is never leaving the garage for Nintendo, as Project CARS' Wii U version has been cancelled.
The indie racer Spectra is pulling up to the starting lines and is ready to hit the highway. Boasting procedurally generated levels, a fast speed, amazing beats and fluorescent neon visuals, it’s quite easy to see that Spectra could have everything you’re looking for in a racing title. While there has been an outbreak of indie, retro-style games hitting the market over the past few years, very few of those titles have been racing games. Gateway Interactive have utilized classic arcade visuals to help bring Spectra to life. Don't worry about brakes or acceleration here, because Spectra is all about testing your reflexes.
After eight months of delays and the shaky launch of DriveClub, its free PlayStation Plus edition is going to finally launch this week.
EA has unveiled the E3 2015 trailer for Ghost Games' reboot of Need for Speed, and let's just say that the street racing scene has changed.
Someone opened the garage door on Forza Motorsport 6 before it was meant to leave the driveway.
EA is giving its popular racing series an overhaul, as subsidiary studio Ghost Games released a trailer for its reboot of Need for Speed.
What a lovely day for a Mario Kart race as the Mushroom Kingdom collides with Mad Max: Fury Road in an awesome mash-up.
Project CARS doesn't suffer fools, and although the average race requires the need for speed, slowing things down to smell the roses, as well as develop your skills, is the only way you to stay on this all too difficult, yet ultimately satisfying, track.
Slightly Mad Studios sure are mad for supporting 12k resolutions in its upcoming racer Project CARS, but it seems to have paid off since it's actually done it.
Nintendo released two trailers to get us hyped for the release of Mario Kart 8's upcoming Animal Crossing DLC, which includes eight new tracks and three racers.