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Gran Turismo 6
Racing 06 December 2013
Another installment in the popular Gran Turismo racing series. It is an extensive racing simulator developed by Kazunori Yamauchi and Polyphony Digital. The creators aimed to increase the level of realism in this installment, diversifying the experience through the addition of new game modes as well. The game features over 1200 faithfully recreated car models representing different classes.
Test Drive Unlimited 2
Racing 08 February 2011
A sequel to the bestselling Test Drive Unlimited - a game that managed to reinvigorate the classic racing series launched by the Accolade company in 1987. The game is set in two locations, namely the islands of Ibiza (Spain) and Oahu (Hawaii) - the latter appeared in the first Test Drive Unlimited where it is accessible later in the game. The player can freely explore both islands, taking on subsequent racing challenges.
Need for Speed Carbon
Racing 17 November 2006
The tenth installment in the bestselling racing game series originally launched back in 1995. The game lets you play as the main protagonist of the previous game. He returns to his home city only to find his domestic street racing scene taken over by rivaling gangs. As you take on new racing challenges, you take back your home town one district at a time. The game’s mechanics employ the well-proven solutions introduced by its predecessors, while introducing several new elements at the same time.
Gran Turismo 5
Racing 24 November 2010
The fifth installment in the PlayStation racing game series by Polyphony Digital. Gran Turismo 5 has all the crucial features of its predecessors plus a realistic but a very user-friendly driving system and cutting-edge graphics, worthy of the newest generation of Sony consoles.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
Racing 30 October 2012
A new installment in the legendary racing series. As the title suggests, the game refers to one of the most well-received parts of the series - the original 2005's Need for Speed: Most Wanted. The game was developed by Criterion Games, a company well-know for the Burnout series. The remake resembles the original game when it comes to dynamic police chases and the so-called Blacklist, where the player challenges other most wanted drivers for races and climbs up their ranks.
Need for Speed Rivals
Racing 19 November 2013
An arcade racing game belonging to the long-standing and very popular Need for Speed series. The title was developed by Swedish-British studio Ghost Games (former EA Gothenburg), aided by ex-employees of Criterion Games. Players can become either drivers taking part in illegal street races or police force trying to apprehend them. As you progress in the game you unlock new cars and useful technologies. The in-built All Drive system allows for seamless coexistence of single and multiplayer modes.
Racing 28 May 2013
The second installment of a racing game series which continues the TOCA Race Driver franchise. It was developed by Codemasters Software, a British studio that specializes in the genre (and previously created the Colin Mc Rae Rally and F1 franchises, among others). The players assume the role of drivers participating in races on streets and speedways. The title lets us sit behind the wheel of many luxurious cars, such as Ford Mustang Mach-1, Chevrolet Camaro SS, or Koenigsegg Agrea R.
MotorStorm: Pacific Rift
Racing 28 October 2008
Continuation of the popular racing game. The competition takes place in difficult terrain, and drivers use, among others, motorcycles, quads, off-road vehicles or trucks. The game is distinguished by detailed graphics.
Need for Speed: Undercover
Racing 18 November 2008
After the slightly more realistic ProStreet, in which the players raced on professional racing circuits, the popular Need for Speed series returns to city streets with a traditional, arcade installment. Developed by a Canadian EA branch, Undercover puts a special emphasis on the storyline. As an undercover cop, the player has to infiltrate the ranks of a racing gang.
Racing 18 May 2010
Split/Second is an action racing game developed by Black Rock. The player assumes the role of a TV show contestant who drives supercars on exciting, futuristic tracks. The objective is not only to arrive first, but also cause massive explosions and damage to the joy of spectators.
Need for Speed ProStreet
Racing 13 November 2007
The 11th installment in the popular racing game series developed by Electronic Arts. In contrast to the previous parts of the game, this title completely abandons the idea of illegal races and transfers the action to professional racing circuits. Players take part in a number of challenges divided into four race variations: Drag, Grip, Drift, and Speed Challenge, in the latter the driver who reaches top speed wins. Successive victories unlock new challenges and cars.
Racing 06 March 2007
MotorStorm is a production prepared by Evolution Studios (a bastion of World Rally Championship series creators), which deals with off-road races. This is the first production of this team dedicated to PlayStation 3. However, this title breaks with traditional rallying in favour of a fierce and competitive fight between different types of vehicles.
Driver: San Francisco
Racing 01 September 2011
The fifth major installment of the popular series of racing action games developed since 1999. The title was created by the authors of the previous installments in the series, the Reflections Interactive studio which currently belongs to Ubisoft. The story of the game references the third chapter of the franchise in which the policeman John Tanner was fighting a gangster named Jericho. As the protagonist was chasing after the criminal, an accident occurred and Tanner was put into coma.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles
Racing 20 October 2008
The fourth installment in a popular series of racing games, which has been developed over the years by Rockstar San Diego. In contrast to the previous Midnight Club games (the player competed in many different cities around the world), this follow-up takes the player to the titular city of angels. The developer recreated all the main districts of the metropolis, with a special emphasis placed on Hollywood.
Need for Speed: The Run
Racing 15 November 2011
Another installment in one of the most renowned racing game series developed by Electronic Arts since 1995. In contrast to the previous installment, the game was developed by EA Black Box - an internal studio of the American company. The story is centered around the eponymous coast-to-coast race across the United States. Winning this huge event is the only way for the protagonist to obtain money required to pay his debt to a dangerous criminal organization.
Racing 02 June 2009
Dynamic races in which rivalry between car and motorcycle drivers usually takes place on the wilderness. Everything takes place in conditions that are definitely not conducive to a prescribed and calm ride.
Racing 25 May 2010
Arcade races in crazy style, enriched with very nice graphics. In production we play the role of a driver standing for a series of races for money. A characteristic feature of the game is the return to the classic improvements located on the route, which modify the behavior of cars. The game will appeal to fans of Mario Kart or other typical arcade titles.
Racing 16 March 2011
The third installment of a series of spectacular racing games in which the player takes control of several types of vehicles. The action takes place in a powerful metropolis destroyed by a catastrophic earthquake. The authors took care of the possibility of a wide modification of the appearance of the vehicles (among which there are both cars and motorcycles) - from decorative patterns, additional visible parts, to a complete change of shape.
Shift 2: Unleashed
Racing 29 March 2011
A sequel to 2009's Need for Speed: Shift, the more realistic spin-off of the arcade racing series. Both games were developed by Slightly Mad Studios. Shift 2: Unleashed brings few changes to the gameplay mechanics of its predecessor. The game utilizes the same driving physics, combining simulation elements with the simplicity of arcade racing. The highly-praised driver seat view is back, allowing the players to experience collisions or shaking to their fullest.
Racing 25 May 2012
A spin-off installment of the racing game series from Codemasters, which, contrary to the major installments in the franchise, puts emphasis on crazier, purely arcade, and much more spectacular gameplay. Some of its features, namely the Gymkhan mode, have already appeared in DiRT 3. In the game, we take part in a grand motorshow and compete in several game modes divided into three categories.
Racing 24 June 2014
Another installment in a popular series of racing games developed by Codemasters. In contrast to DiRT - the other flagship franchise of the British developer, GRID: Autosport continues the tradition established by the TOCA Touring Car Championship and TOCA Race Driver series, that is, racing on asphalt tracks. The player assumes the role of a professional driver who competes against other racers, but he also has to care about his team members and stick to sponsorship contracts.
Racing 22 January 2008
The full-fledged sequel to the series of racing games started in 2001 by Criterion Games. The game takes place in the fictional Paradise City, which consists of an island with an airport, a bay with skyscrapers and hills that are free of any infrastructure. The game combines dynamical driving with impressive crashes and breaking the traffic regulations in a way that is typical for the series. Burnout Paradise slightly refreshes the classic formula of the series.
Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit
Racing 16 November 2010
Another installment in one of the most popular racing game series, developed since 1995 by Electronic Arts. Criterion Games, a team popular mainly for the Burnout console series, was entrusted with the task of creating this installment. The title of the game refers to the two earlier installments that featured police pursuits, released in 1998 and 2002 respectively. In the game, the player can pick their side and play either as a cop or a racer.
Racing 27 March 2015
RIDE is a realistic motorcycle racing game developed by the experienced studio Milestone, creators of the well-known game series like Screamer, SBK, MotoGP, or WRC: FIA World Rally Championship. There are over one hundred motor bikes, divided into four categories, available in RIDE. We can modify all of them, in terms of both design and technical aspects.