Tagged:  racing

Review: NASCAR The Game: Inside Line

Written by on December 7, 2012 in

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NASCAR The Game: Inside Line is a game by Eutechnyx that plays much more like a sports simulation title than an accessible racer. While that may be a fine thing for those desperate for that level of fidelity, as a relatively new series (this being the second entry by the same developer) there’s still a… Read More »


Review: Forza Horizon

Written by on October 25, 2012 in

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When faced with the idea of Forza Horizon, it seemed a little intimidating at first. Having a game like Forza and putting it into an open world seems like a natural progression of the series, but I was a worried that the racing would take a back seat to theatrics, like the Burnout series. At… Read More »


Forza Horizon

Kicking the Tires on Forza Horizon Demo

Written by (@therealbigwall) on October 15, 2012 in Opinion

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Microsoft released a demo of Forza Horizons this past Tuesday and it delivers exactly what I thought it would, yet still had room to surprise me. The demo opens up with a live action piece that sets up the tone. Quick cuts and pumped up music showcase increasingly impressive cars amassing in a less impressive parking… Read More »


Forza Horizon

Forza Fun on the Horizon

Written by (@therealbigwall) on September 7, 2012 in Opinion

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I find it kind of strange that I’m as excited about Forza Horizon as I am.  I’ve always had an interest in the Forza games, but I had never decided to go ahead and buy one.  The reason for this is twofold, really. The first reason is because it just seemed so elitist.  Don’t get… Read More »


TMG-162 Split/Second Developer Call

TMG-162 Split/Second Developer Call

Written by (@leftybrown) on May 7, 2010 in Married Gamers Podcast

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Consider this a Bonus episode of The Married Gamers as we sit in on developer call with Black Rock Studios director, Nick Baynes for Split/Second from Disney Interactive Studios. Find out more about the game which hits retail on May 18th for the Xbox 360 and PS3.