Hot Pursuit Remastered launches November 13th

Hot Pursuit Remastered launches November 13th

by Lyle Carron October 7, 2020
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New Driving Simulator nKPro Racing Coming to PC this October

by Robin Parkeron September 4, 2012
UIG Entertainment has announced that they will be releasing realistic driving sim nKPro Racing for PC gamers this October.

Retro Corner: Destruction Derby

by Robin Parkeron May 4, 2012
In the Retro Corner for May, Robin Parker takes a look back at 1995 racer Destruction Derby. Check out the full article at

DiRT Showdown Preview

by Adam Cookon April 19, 2012
DiRT Showdown is shaping up to be a really interesting title, with masses of multiplayer options and a hefty single player campaign, arcade racing fans or people who love a good crash would do well to pick it up when it releases this May. Read all about it in the preview.

Crash Time 4: The Syndicate Review

by Martin Bakeron April 16, 2012
We took a look at the soon-to-be-released fourth game in the Crash Time series of games from Synetic and RTL Interactive, Crash Time 4: The Syndicate. Is it something worth spending your money on or it is time for a real crash? Find out with the review now.

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Gran Turismo 6 is already In Development

by Robin Parkeron November 11, 2011
In an interview with, Gran Turismo creator, Kazunori Yamauchi, leaked the info that Gran Turismo 6 is already under development.

Leaked Achievement List Provides Further Proof That Daytona Usa Re-release is on Its Way

by Robin Parkeron October 12, 2011
The website Xbox360Achievements – a source of many good unannounced game Achievement leaks – have struck gold once again, as a new addition to their site is the reveal of a set of Achievements for an Xbox 360 version of classic SEGA Arcade racing franchise – Daytona USA. The game saw a release on SEGA […]

Driver: San Francisco Review

by Martin Bakeron September 20, 2011
After several disappointing Driver games, Driver: San Francisco is a return to form. The sheer amount of roads that are available to be driven on is astounding, and on top of that add the multiplayer modes, the plethora of game modes, challenges and stunts that can be accomplished and you're left with a game that will last hours and hours of game time. The shift mechanic is a little hard to get used to, especially coming from a game that's usually quite grounded in reality, but it doesn't take much to get used t...