Codemasters is back with another Formula One racing title for 2015. It's appropriately named F1 2015. The latest game in the annual series will be launching for Sony's PlayStation 4, Microsoft's Xbox One and on Steam for PC.
Grid Autosport is all about the racing. No longer relying on a barely there story to pull the player through the game or an “in your face” presentation to try and get the adrenaline pumping, Autosport lets the cars and the tracks do all of the heavy lifting, going out of its way to get the player into the driver’s seat quickly and, more importantly, show them a good time.
Strap on your helmet and start your engines, because Feral Interactive and Codemasters have today announced that F1 2013 is finally ready to turn the corner on Mac, releasing March 6 with a whole bunch of additional content coming along for the ride.
Add another one to the list folks. Codemasters has announced via Twitter that they will be removing the Games For Windows Live DRM from DiRT 3 and they will be using Valve's free Steamworks SDK to implement into the game and DLC sometime in early 2014.
F1 2013 is getting ready to party like it’s the 1990’s as the development team gears up to unleash cars and classic circuits from that venerable decade known for gritty cop dramas, movies about natural disasters and heaps of boy bands.
A new video comparison between Codemasters' F1 2013 for home consoles and PC has been fitted against the unreleased but already king of racing simulators, Project CARS. The upcoming title from Slightly Mad Studios absolutely wipes the floor with F1 2013.
The off-road series Colin McRae Rally made its debut on iOS devices today. Colin McRae Rally, an enhanced version of the 2001 PSOne game Colin McRae Rally 2.0, is available through the App Store for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
If you're looking to buy a new car and GRID 2, you can get both in one fell swoop. The GRID 2 Mono Edition, priced at £125,000 (or $188,850), comes with a copy of the racing game as well as a BAC Mono supercar.
A new in-game trailer from Codemasters' upcoming arcade racer, Grid 2 features some break-neck speed racing and intense drifting within closed circuit tracks. The latest trailer, as depicted above, is a race against the timer to reach the finish line. It's kind of crazy because as the timer is counting down you're hoping that things just turn out a lot different than the way they do.
Speed junkies gaming on Mac can go ahead and start revving their engines because, come March 28, you’ll be able to play Feral Interactive’s mega-racer, Grid. Developed and published by Codemasters for PC and consoles, Grid is finally careening onto the Mac platform courtesy of publisher Feral Interactive.
Codemasters confirmed today that their racing game GRID 2 will be hitting stores on May 28th. They also announced a couple Special Editions exclusive to GameStop and Best Buy.
Less than a handful of new screenshots have been released for the upcoming racing game, Grid 2. There's no specific theme to the new screenshots other than some heavy post processing effects, which gives the game that good 'ole fashioned DirectX 11 feel.
Starting today Xbox 360 gamers can try out Codemasters' upcoming kart racing game F1 Race Stars. The game's demo has arrived on Xbox Live and will hit other platforms soon.
Could Codemasters be on the verge of announcing DiRT 4? Paul Coleman, chief designer for the series, has tweeted a couple of pictures hinting at an upcoming reveal.
Codemasters released the first gameplay footage from their racer GRID 2 this morning. It shows a race between two muscle cars on a strip of American road.