Slightly Mad studio head Ian Bell reveals some bad news for Nintendo racing fans, after finally ruling out a Wii U port of crowdfunded racing sim Project Cars.
In this week’s Video Game Round-Up, we discuss Square Enix’s new Final Fantasy announcement, the Project CARS sequel, Balder’s Gate website countdown timer, and more.
After the announcement that ‘Project Cars’ may never come to the Wii U, Slightly Mad studio head Ian Bell speaks up about why the racing sim may not reach the console.
‘Project Cars’ provides one of the most realistic and addicting racing simulations that we’ve ever played, but may lose many gamers due to its lack of tutorials and basic training.
Geralt’s final adventure finally arrives as ‘The Witcher 3’ hits this month. You know what else goes well with monster hunting? Nazi killing and car racing. No, seriously.
Following numerous delays, ‘Project Cars’ finally has a release date in Europe. In addition, Slightly Mad Games revealed the complete listing of all of the game’s 110 race tracks.
After being delayed several times already, Slightly Mad Studios announces that their upcoming racer ‘Project Cars’ won’t be released on PC and consoles until May.
After being delayed from 2014 to March, 2015, the highly ambitious racing sim ‘Project Cars’ is hit with another delay and is now targeting an April release
As other racing games face issues, Project Cars’s developer Slightly Mad Studios confirms that the game has been delayed until 2015.
Slightly Mad Studios’ crowdfunded racing game ‘Project Cars’ is a fans’ dream title, and it just secured a distribution deal with Bandai Namco.