The BRB podcasting time-space anomaly continues – so Dan, Jon and Tim are talking to you from the past this week. Which means they’ll sound a bit confused about Gamescom not having happened yet, even though it has.
Codemasters’ latest GRID promises to be the one-size-fits-all suit of racing games. Is it a game of its word? Jon straps on his best racing goggles to investigate.
GRID Autosport is the definitive racing experience. With over 80 cars to choose from in your garage, 5 racing disciplines to master, tracks from across the globe and ful RaceNet support. This, is racing. Available now on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. http://youtu.be/4J4-z2UeitE
In this new GRID Autosport video, check out the ‘aggressive, fast racing’ of the Touring Car discipline, one of the five unique styles of racing set to star in the game’s new world of professional motorsport. http://youtu.be/-N4a4-PtJVk
Once you go black, you get free stuff in a racing game… That’s the saying right? http://youtu.be/VEnJkq2rvzQ
GRID is back and it’s going back to its roots! http://youtu.be/I5RIoJgfQJg
We take to the track in Codemasters’ latest super-refined race machine of past and present. Is adding some new-old cars to the mix enough?
If you’ve ever wanted to get an F1 experience on your iOS device, then this is the game for you. The first ever F1 game for iOS is available now from the App Store, and comes to the starting grid with an array of racing challenges and game modes. http://youtu.be/bSsS0ubBDD4
F1 2013 brings classic cars, drivers and tracks to Codemasters’ annual franchise: Jon goes hands-on and quizzes the game’s designer.