Namco Bandai's Ridge Racer Slipstream mobile racing game is now available on Android devices, over two months after the iOS version of the title was released.
As expected, the Google Play port of Ridge Racer Slipstream is claimed to be identical to the version on the Apple App Store, complete with 12 "unique" cars, over 100 different racing events and a "full featured career mode" amongst other things.
It's also believed this will mean the much-publicised microtransaction elements of Ridge Racer Slipstream – which, despite criticism from the gaming press and community, have been vehemently defended by Namco Bandai in the past.
The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launch of Wreckfest, which was due to be released on November 20, 2018, has now been pushed back to “2019”. The demolition derby themed racing game (originally known as Next Car Game) released on Steam earlier this year after almost five years in Early Access. The postponement will give the […]News
Codemasters announced DiRT Rally 2.0 earlier today, however, you’ll need to be patient as the game won’t launch until Tuesday, February 26, 2019 (across the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms). To make the wait even more excruciating, Codemasters has released their first batch of DiRT Rally 2.0 images which give us a tantalising glimpse […]News
Polyphony, the guys behind the Gran Turismo series, recently took to the stage at the SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 industry event (which showcases the latest in computer graphics and techniques) to reveal that they have been secretly working on their own version of real-time ray tracing. Real-time ray tracing (which has been the stuff of dreams […]News
We’ve featured Rally, Extreme-Khana, and V-Rallycross, today is the turn of exclusive buggy racing gameplay from the upcoming off-road racer V-Rally 4. Sticking with our Thrustmaster Sparco R383 Rally Rim and triple screen setup, we take on a buggy discipline race this time from the bumper camera perspective. The short course takes us through rivers, […]News
Slightly Mad Studios is currently working on Project CARS 3, according to the developer’s CEO. In a post on the GTPlanet forums, Slightly Mad’s Ian Bell confirmed a sequel to Project CARS 2 is on the way, though no release date time-frames were cited. Bell also claims Project CARS 3 will be an ambitious title, […]News
Adam Enticknap is a professional Supercross racer competing in the AMA Supercross Championship and the face of Milestone’s latest title Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 3 thanks to fronting a music video with lyrics highlighting the game’s features. As with many professional sportspeople, Adam’s career started at a very young age. “I quickly […]Interviews
Electronic Arts (EA) has confirmed they will hand over Need for Speed development duties from Ghost Games back to the UK games studio Criterion citing it has struggled to attract the right talent to Gothenburg. Criterion is probably best known for their role in creating the much-loved Burnout series along with two Need for Speed […]News
Milestone has a monopoly on officially licensed bike racers thanks to the ownership of three licenses. If that wasn’t enough, the Italien-based studio even has its very own two-wheeled IP Ride to boot. We’ve seen countless titles from the MotoGP and MXGP series this generation, however, it’s the newest franchise that has excited us the […]Reviews
GRID’s Season Two DLC ‘Track Day Supercars pack’ is now available across PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC Steam bringing the Red Bull Ring track, six new cars and a Career mode expansion. Ultimate Edition players will receive the Ferrari FXX, Aston Martin Vulcan AMR Pro, Brabham BT62, and the Pagani Zonda Revolución (the Pagani […]News
Nacon has revealed that TT Isle of Man – Ride on the Edge 2 will feature classic bikes giving players the chance to pilot a piece of automotive history as they take on the Isle of Man course which itself is steeped in history with its inaugural race taking place way back in 1903. Players […]News