The Crew 2: review

The Crew 2: review

Jul 17, 2018

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbone, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ubisoft Developer: Ivory Tower Players: 1 (offline), 4 (online) Site: https://thecrew-game.ubisoft.com/ Game provided by the publisher The Crew 2 is an open-world racer set across the length and breadth of the US of A. Players take control of an unnamed racer who is trying to become...

Burnout Paradise Remastered crashes onto consoles this March

Burnout Paradise Remastered crashes onto consoles this March

Feb 22, 2018

EA have finally announced that Burnout Paradise is indeed coming to the Xbox One and PS4 on March 16th, after a whole raft of rumours suggested as much. Criterion’s much-loved racer and crash simulator has had a few tweaks since it appeared on the last generation of consoles, and will feature upgraded textures and the option to experience the game with 4K...

Need for Speed: review

Need for Speed: review

Nov 20, 2015

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), Xbox One, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: EA Developer: Ghost Games Players: 1 (offline), 2-8 (online) Site: http://www.needforspeed.com/ Game disc provided by the publisher This year the Need for Speed series gets the reboot treatment, with this year’s entry simply titled Need for Speed, which is the second game to...

Need for Speed – Hot Pursuit: catchup review

Need for Speed – Hot Pursuit: catchup review

Jan 28, 2011

Format: PS3 (version reviewed), PC, Xbox 360, Wii Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: EA Developer: Criterion Players: 1 (online multiplayer) Site: http://hotpursuit.needforspeed.com The original Need for Speed was released on the PlayStation and PC in 1998, and featured the Cops v Racers chase gameplay that is prevalent in this new addition to the franchise. So...

Crazy Taxi: review

Crazy Taxi: review

Dec 2, 2010

Format: XBLA (version reviewed), PSN Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Sega Developer: Sega Players: 1 Site: www.xbox.com With Sega’s latest scheme to re-release Dreamcast classics on XBLA and PSN, they seem intent on shooting themselves in the foot. Sonic Adventure’s release proved once and for all that it wasn’t ever a good game to begin...