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I'm in a Lotus and running tenth at Valencia in a 20% distance race, with 'hard' opponent AI. Tenth is crap - I know this. But it also represents an opportunity to bag my first world championship point. However, due to a killer lack of KERS in my Lotus, I'm flagging and doing everything possible to keep the guy behind me at bay. I move right to block and suddenly a hell of a noise starts up in my right ear. What's happening? My engineer comes on over the radio. A puncture. In one instant, the whole weekend has come undone. This is F1 2011, and I love it.
Codemasters has set a commendable track record with its two previous F1 games. But instead of just releasing an annual update with updated drivers and cars, it's made some pretty major improvements on the formula. Pun intended. Come inside and sate your need for speed...
Not much has really changed in real F1 this year compared to last, which could have put F1 2013 in a spot of bother. Codemasters has taken the opportunity to add a load of 'classic' content to the mix alongside the updated 2013 content. But does that make it worth the upgrade? Let's find out...
Even if you don't like Formula One, you do like great kart racers, right? Then you need to know about F1 Race Stars, which has undergone a magical final stage of development and turned out to be a cracker. Time for some Formula Fun...
Family Guy: Back to the Multiverse offers good fan service, but as a game it comes up short...
Ubisoft's third outing in its franchise of open world first-person shooters is quite the wild ride. But is it one worth taking? Read on to find out...
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is a retro-inspired, stand-alone (you don't need a copy of Far Cry 3 to play it) action story that puts you in the cyber-boots of Rex Colt, an 80s style action hero who loves his country, but loves to kill even more. Here's our review.
This doesn’t take place in a post-apocalyptic world. There’s no brooding score. Its characters don’t chomp cigars. But dismiss it at your peril. This 32-player online game expands on the ‘capture the flag’ mode found in every multiplayer game since the introduction of broadband. But there’s an enjoyable tactical slant to it.
Launch title? It was meant to be, yes. But now Fatal Inertia is finally here, albeit as a PS Store release. And comparisons with WipEout are inevitable. Both are futuristic racers with anti-gravity craft and magnetic weaponry, but, well… one’s a lot better than the other.
Comparisons aside, there’s an abundance of features to get stuck into. There are four classes of racers, each with their own advantages and
For all its efforts to simulate every aspect of throwing a Ferrari around a track, it seems that a few thrills and some sense of danger has gone.