Tag: racing

Oct
11

REVIEW: Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder

ACE Team is probably most known for the unique aesthetics that their games have, as well as the fact that they tend to make some rather unusual games, pretty much unlike anything else you can find in the market. Rock […]

Sep
25

REVIEW: SmuggleCraft

Roguish fantasy not quite fulfilled in this randomly generated racer

Jun
10

PREVIEW: VThree

Step into a world where only Parkour matters. In the middle of emptiness, it is only you and your goal – with lots of obstacles in between.

Jun
05

REVIEW: STANDBY

STANDBY is an excellent take on precision platforming!

Apr
09

REVIEW: Power Hover

Power Hover is an adventure racing game which is a game essentially about robots with hoverboards and their quest. Does it stick to its route or fall down a cliff? Let’s find out:

Mar
27

REVIEW: Try Hard Parking

Title: Try Hard Parking Steam: Released Developer: gearspecs Publisher: gearspecs Genre: Arcade Racer Release Date: 4th of January, 2017 Type: Single-player General Impression Yes, I’ve noticed the game’s title. “Hard” is still an understatement in this case. Was it fun […]

Feb
23

REVIEW: Peak Angle: Drift Online

Peak Angle: Drift Online is a pseudo-online multiplayer racing game. The title is unique as in it’s not a conventional sort of car race. The challenge of the game is not to get from point “A” to point “B” the […]

Dec
02

REVIEW: Redout

Redout is a high-speed futuristic track racing game in the same vein as Wipeout 2097 and other similar classics.

Nov
29

REVIEW: Carmageddon: Max Damage

Carmageddon: Max Damage is developed and published by Stainless Games Ltd. Industry veterans and quite ironically, better known in recent years for their video games focusing on Magic: The Gathering. That card game genre alone, is a far cry from […]

Nov
19

REVIEW: Mantis Burn Racing

Mantis Burn Racing is developed and published by VooFoo Studios. Their first projects had nothing to do with racing, instead focusing on card & board games along with pool/snooker. Mantis has received far better reception than the previous three titles […]