If Milestone were a MotoGP rider then they’d be the one that comes into the sport brimming with untapped potential before eventually sinking into the middle of the pack, rarely seen again except for an occasional flash of brilliance. Basically, they’d be Bradley Smith. They’ve been putting out thoroughly middle-of-the-road racing games for years, and have thus far developed three official MotoGP games, with the last one I reviewed being MotoGP ’14. Still, last year’s Ride 2 was enjoyable albeit flawed, so I went into this new digital iteration of my favourite sport with high hopes.
Milestone return with their second Ride game for PC, Xbox One and PS4. It’s the Dani Pedrosa of racing games; great, but doesn’t quite manage to grab the championship.
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Milestone Publisher: Milestone Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: Yes This game was tested using an AMD Radeon HD 7790 graphics card kindly supplied by AMD. Click here for details on that, the Radeon HD 7790 and the test system used for all PC […]
Release Date: Out Now! Developer: Milestone Publisher: Black Bean Games Singleplayer: Yes Splitscreen: No Multiplayer: 2-16 PEGI: 3+ Bikes can be hard to get right in games. Much of bike riding comes from feeling the road beneath your wheels so you know when to use the throttle, or […]
Release Date: out now! Developer: Milestone Publisher: Blackbean Singleplayer: yes Splitscreen: no Multiplayer: 2-16 PEGI: 3+ Replicating riding a bike in games is no easy feat, a bike is about balance and a game simply can’t let you feel that balance. But Milestone are certainly going to try with their latest […]