Can an offshoot game be better than the original series? It could well be we think.
Reflections returns to its roots when taking Driver for another spin. Has it paid off?
Codemasters shows it's the master of rally games yet again!
Another console - another Ridge Racer. However, this one's actually good!
NFS tries to go realistic again with mixed results.
We get a new instalment to the Massive Open Online Racing genre that is Test Drive Unlimited. How's the latest iteration go?
Cops return to the series that started it all. Has Criterion rescued this franchise?
Rev those engines up. The Formula 1 circus is in town on PlayStation 3. Find out what we think of this petrol burning monster.
Midnight Club is finally on the latest consoles, with Rockstar giving fans plenty to love, but also some stuff to hate.
This is one ATV racer that could take the mainstream gaming scene by surprise.
There is no doubting the smash and bash fun in Monster Jam, but monster truck games have seen better days.
United Forever offers a great way for new comers to jump right into TrackMania, but series veterans should be warned - this is not a true sequel.
Mario Karts is finally back, and for better or worse, not a whole lot has changed since.
Fun, addictive, and yet extremely challenging and frustrating. Introducing the ultimate time waster, Trials 2 SE.
It may not be the final edition, but GT5 Prologue has still got plenty to offer for PS3 gamers.
SimBin are back with their brand of realistic but accessible PC racing.
Who ever thought that arcade racing could be this fun?
Quality rally driving has launched its way to the latest platforms, but still has room to improve.
The PC finally sees TDU after a few months of waiting, although Atari should have perhaps waited a little longer.
Sony and Studio Liverpool are back with F1 on the PS3, but is it better than ever? Full review inside!
Find out inside our review if the latest old generation hardware based Burnout is worth a look.
We fire off a few questions to Melbourne House regarding the PS2 and PSP release of TDU.
Namco has not done enough to justify a sequel, especially at the higher price
While much of the game feels the same as before, this is by far the most complete Trackmania package to date
Visually it goes without saying that this game is extremely impressive as expected with the next generation hardware
F1 06 is not a huge update but as a game on its own it's quite impressive and does play on the PS2 quite well