The classic shooter series gains a thrilling new perspective, thanks to VR tech that works symbiotically with the narrative
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There's much joy to be had building freight networks and watching cities grow … but what about the real-world pitfalls?
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Thrilling night races make Heat the best Need for Speed in years, even if I want to batter every one of its racers.
Invigorating arcade racing let down by lightweight multiplayer and campaign modes.