Slightly Mad Studios' recent racer is never leaving the garage for Nintendo, as Project CARS' Wii U version has been cancelled.
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.
If you like your racing games detailed -- no, really, I mean seriously detailed -- then you'll love Slightly Mad Studios' newest creation, Project CARS.
A new trailer featuring a ton of gameplay footage and eye candy from Project CARS was shown off at the Golden Joystick Awards 2014.
Bad news for racing fans who wanted to jump into Project CARS as soon as it was released in November. It's going back to the garage for an overhaul.
Slightly Mad Studios's new racer, Project CARS, is currently one of the best-looking games in the pipeline. Now, Aston Martin joins the race.
Find out the vehicular bonuses and incentives you'll score for pre-ordering Project CARS and getting its Limited Edition.
VR headset support, professional driver consulting and actual circuit courses are just some of the features being put into Project CARS' development.
This later trailer for Project CARS gives us a dizzying look at gameplay footage versus footage from real life.