Like a stroll along the beach on a hot summer’s day to a deckchair, Formula 1 could loosely be described as a long procession in which a German beats everyone else to it.
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The trick with porting a game from a home system to a handheld system is maintaining the spirit of the game.
Gamers love the word impossible. It’s like a gauntlet being thrown down, a challenge that has to be met. It implies difficulty, sure, but something that can be overcome with enough practice and hard work. But Impossible Road takes that … Continue reading
There have been racing games almost as long as there have been computers to play them on, and in these days of superb graphics, complex physics rendering and gravometrical manifold-potatoes (What? – Ed) one of the series which created quite … Continue reading
There are very few occasions where Romain Grosjean can cause an accident and celebrate taking Hamilton out of the race without facing criticism from his fellow drivers. It would appear that to ease the Frenchman’s worries, Codemasters have kindly created … Continue reading
Cards on the table time; seeing a game from a well known franchise with ‘Karting’ stuck at the end of it is generally not a good sign. It’s reeks of desperation, a cash in on a type of game that … Continue reading
Forza and its main rival Gran Turismo exist for a different audience than the casual boy racer: they’re for car enthusiasts who will happily spend hours tweaking their suspension and tyre pressure, or adding another layer of lacquer to their … Continue reading
First of all a couple of quick confessions: Number one, I am a full on, anorak wearing, fuel bleeding, corner memorising, Formula 1 fan; I can distinguish drivers from their helmets and my third word was Mansell. Number two therefore … Continue reading
Twisted Metal is a very American game. It is a game with a fair bit of history, given that it’s first release dates back to the original grey PlayStation. It has always been popular, more over the other side of … Continue reading