EA is spoiling PC gamers this month with arguably one of the best Need for Speed titles out there, which you can grab for the low price of nothing.
Codemasters have made some fantastic racing games over the years, making a name for themselves in that genre. But other types of games that don’t rely on horses under the hood? Recently, they haven’t been too successful when branching out. And that’s why the UK studio is re-focusing on doing what they do best.
Looking forward to reliving some of your best Trackmania memeories with Turbo? You’re going to have to wait a little while longer as Ubisoft spruces everything up for 2016.
Need for Speed might be racing onto consoles later this year, but it’s hit a bit of a speed bump on the road to arriving on PC.
Longtime Xbox racing series, Forza, has a new game on the horizon. What does the sixth entry in the franchise have in store for petrolheads?
The Crew: Wild Run is aiming to make drastic changes to the racing MMO franchise, but is it enough to convince naysayers to give it another chance?
Forza’s about to catch up to Gran Turismo when it comes to numbers stuck on the end – with each itration heralding refinement. .
Need for Speed might be racing around the rest of the holiday blockbusters if this release date leak is to be believed.
If the rumours are true, it looks like Skylanders is bringing back a forgotten genre of gaming: Kart racing.
There is a new Need for Speed on the way. EA have teased the reveal, which will be released this Thursday the 21st of May.
You’ll be praying for clear skies in Project Cars, as initial reports suggest rain to be a hindering feature.
Is The Crew the racing game of the year? Ha, not even close. Read our review to find out why.