Over the past week I’ve been getting behind the wheel on a range of cars for Codemasters upcoming Grid Autosport, first to test the cars and get an idea on handling, then we’ll look to the wide array of options and game structure. Suffice to say that at this stage the handling features a much nicer balance, more grip and less swivel, though it’s still there and using the wheel probably accentuates that experience but it’s all together more playable and more fun, I won’t go into detail now, first its time to let the videos do the talking.
Warp Drive is the very latest creation from Supergonk – the developer that gave us the unique track-painting arcade racer Trailblazers in 2018. Warp Drive is an anti-gravity racer with an interesting warping mechanic. Players can warp to other areas of the track to find new routes, shortcuts, secrets and extra boost pickups. The striking […]Interviews
News on Need for Speed Heat is gradually leaking through and with that in mind, many YouTubers are delving into the history of the series, while eagerly awaiting the next iteration. One recent video, in particular, caught our eye from Lazy Game Reviews (LGR). ‘We All Need Extra Speed’ is an unofficial expansion pack for […]News
If you’re a regular at Team VVV, you’ll be aware of our extreme fondness for Sega’s arcade classic Daytona USA – a game which hasn’t seen a new home conversion in almost 10 years. The title is strangely absent across all current platforms and only available on Xbox One via backward compatibility, thus creating a gaping […]News