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F1 2018 Review – Halo My Old Friend

Another year, another F1 game from Codemasters. With such limited development time between each new release hamstringing what Codemasters can do with the franchise what we’ve seen over the years is a steady iteration, each new release tweaking the formula in various little ways with maybe one or two larger changes or features getting shoved in as well. F1 2018 doesn’t break this tradition, offering up just a few changes here and there and a coupe of new features.

F1 2017 Review – It’s A Goodyear

The problem with creating a new game every year that’s based on a real sport is that eventually each game starts to feel a bit similar. Without any huge shake-ups in the sport the developers are left to twiddle their thumbs. To their credit, Codemasters have at least attempted to do a few new things, but their efforts have been inconsistent over the years. Now, though, they’ve gone and done it. They’ve made their best F1 game to date.

DiRT 4 Review – Mmmm, DiRTY Girl

Screaming round a dirt bend at speeds no mortal should ever consider while nursing a punctured tire is when DiRT 4 is at its very best, the frantic desire to be the fastest having to be weighed against the need to just finish the stage and get a chance to repair your limping car. But as we’ll find out there are a few problems holding DiRT 4 back from being as good as it could be.

Colin McRae Rally Review – Dirty, But Not In A Good Way

I’ve got a long and emotional history with the Colin McRae Rally series, especially with the first two games, both of which have many happy memories of me and my older brother attached to them. Those two games helped me through some rough times in regards to my Cystic Fibrosis, so naturally when a game seemingly claiming to be a HD remake of Colin McRae Rally unexpectedly arrived on Steam I contacted Codemasters straight away and asked for a review code.