Inertial Drift

Never let it be said that there’s an absence of racing games that don’t take themselves seriously, I’ve now covered four very different driving games over the past few weeks and this one is probably the most unique of the lot. You see, whilst it looks like the bastard child of PS2 games Auto Modellista […]

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Drift 21 (Early Access)

One thing I’ve enjoyed this generation, as you may have noticed from my post about continuing coverage of games that see continued development, is the introduction of Early Access titles. I know its not everyone’s cup of tea, but I actually really like the theory of buying into a game during its development process and […]

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Art of Rally

You wait around for ages, waiting for a non-serious or sim-lite racing game, and suddenly three come along at once. A couple of weeks back I covered Hotshot Racing, I’m yet to get an opportunity to try Inertial Drift but now we’ve also got Art of Rally, which, like Hotshot Racing, aims to take the […]

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Eastern Exorcist

“Souls-like” games are a dime a dozen now, but within that genre we now have such a wide range of different approaches (and quality levels I might add) that there’s something for everybody. If you want your medieval style, stick with Dark Souls, gothic horror? Bloodborne, something that draws upon Japanese mythology? Well, there’s a […]

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Skater XL

In May I played around with two Early Access skateboarding games, Session and Skater XL, with the intention of writing follow up pieces for each once they’d had their “full” release. Well, that day has come, sort of. Both have now had console releases, however, Session still remains in Early Access (or whatever the Xbox […]

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