Writing a conclusion for the Formula One game is always difficult as the core concept of the game hardly changes from year to year, but this year's effort has undoubtedly taken a big step forward. The ability to make and manage your own F1 team is something which racing fans can only dream of, and the way Codemasters has achieved this with F1 2020 is remarkable. The way it gradually grows over time like a carefully-watered plant, without overwhelming players with high-level F1 politics (crucially not making it too mundane, either) makes the entire experience very rewarding.
Codemasters always nail it with the car elements, like audio, handling, and environments. However, I believe Grid still lacks in the multiplayer, customization, and social aspects of the game. Do you believe jumping down San Francisco in GT3 cars is realistic? No. Is It fun? Hell yes! I’ve been waiting for Grid’s return for a number of years now, and It’s safe to say I’m loving it. Thanks to Codemasters for reviving one of my childhood series, I can’t wait to see what DLC’s and content comes to Grid throughout the years to come!
I had an incredibly fun time smashing other cars in Dangerous Driving, and I feel that you should experience it too! This is definitely a game I would recommend to anyone looking to play something different in the racing game world. If you’re sick and tired of boring realistic racing games, go ahead and try this out!
DiRT Rally 2.0 brings out the best in rallying and continues to live up to the name. Whether you're experimenting with low horsepower front wheel drive cars, Group B legends or the modern R5 powerhouses - you're always going to be on your toes and finding the threshold between speed and control.
I've really enjoyed my time with Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, and will most likely continue to – Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross' chemistry is fantastic, allowing for a brilliantly crafted story, excellent combat and an enthralling experience.