United Front’s ModNation Racers is the second title released under Sony’s “Play, Create, Share” banner, and allows the player to craft fully-formed tracks in a matter if minutes. Is this the kart game to end all kart games?
Sometimes racing is about tweaking gear ratios, ride height and suspension. Sometimes it’s about crashing into other cars. And sometimes it’s about dodging airplanes while radar towers topple across your path. Join us as we review the adrenaline-fuelled experience that is Split/Second.
games™ meets Hiroshi Fujioka, the actor who played Sega Saturn mascot Segata Sanshiro, to profile Japan’s most extrovert videogame legend (And yes, we were a bit intimidated)
Daigasso Band Brothers, Nintendo’s exceptional multiplayer rhythm game that puts Wii Music to shame, is finally about to be released in the UK under the name Jam With The Band. If you haven’t yet imported the 2008 DX release it’s based on, then here’s why you should be down the shops first thing this Friday…
Can you remember the last great Wild West game? We certainly can’t. But if anyone can recreate the era of pistol duels, stagecoaches and great hats, it’d surely have to be Rockstar. So has the team managed to trade ghetto for lasso and still maintain the same level of finesse?
After the unexpected closure of Microsoft’s Aces Game Studio, home of the Flight Simulator franchise, Kathie Flood and Rick Selby assembled a talented and diverse team of designers to start Cascade Game Foundry. We sit down with the studio’s founders to talk about its grand plans for the future of simulation.
We take another look at some of the smaller stories occurring across the internet over the past week.
Never in a million years did we think we’d see a television advert for a Sin & Punishment game. But in an age where Nintendo is only inches away from having And and Dec play Monster Hunter Tri in pubs during gaps in The X Factor, it seems anything is possible. And man, are we glad that’s the case…