Racing

Review: Ride 3 (PS4 Pro)

Time for joy on two wheels.

Review: Dakar 18 (Xbox One X)

You'll be going off-road, whether you like it or not.

Review: Vroom Kaboom (PS4 Pro)

There may be vroom and kaboom, but all you'll find is gloom.

Review: MotoGP 18 (PS4 Pro)

There is serious engine trouble this year.

Review: Gravel (PC)

Just like its namesake, it is a bit too rough around the edges.

McLaren F1 team has signed a gamer as their simulation driver

When you're such a great racing gamer that one of the top F1 companies in the world signs you up. That.

Blast from the Past: Wave Race: Blue Storm (GameCube)

It's your water sport storm in a teacup.

Review: Project CARS 2 (PS4 Pro)

The crowd-funding racer returns for another lap, but slides out on the last corner to narrowly miss first place.

Review: F1 2017 (PS4 Pro)

F1 2017 has not only taken pole position, right now it's the F1 champion.

SA Gamer Awards 2016: Best Racing Game

If there’s one thing that’s certain it’s that we’ll see several racing titles launching annually to please those of us who have petrol racing through our veins. 2016 saw its fair share of racing games, but there was really only one racing game that won the hearts over of racing game fanatics, and even non-racing games alike: Forza Horizon 3 Forza Horizon 3 is not only the b...

Blast from the Past: Project Gotham Racing (Xbox)

After all these years it seems it's run out of kudos

The Burning Question: Where have all the arcade racers gone?

There has always been a distinct line between simulation racing games and arcade racers that break the rules and allow you to do everything that should not be possible. Problem is that it’s changed a bit lately. The arcade racing games we have loved for years have all but vanished. Do you remember Burnout? How about Crazy Taxi? Oh, you’re more of a Ridge Racer kind of person? There wer...

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