REVIEW: Redout

Redout is a high-speed futuristic track racing game in the same vein as Wipeout 2097 and other similar classics.

REVIEW: Carmageddon: Max Damage

Carmageddon: Max Damage is developed and published by Stainless Games Ltd. Industry veterans and quite ironically, better known in recent years for their video games focusing on Magic: The Gathering. That card game genre alone, is a far cry from their “outrageously” gory, Carmageddon series.

REVIEW: Mantis Burn Racing

Mantis Burn Racing is developed and published by VooFoo Studios. Their first projects had nothing to do with racing, instead focusing on card & board games along with pool/snooker. Mantis has received far better reception than the previous three titles but a pattern still emerges in concern to the overall pricing of VooFoo games.

REVIEW: Bears Can’t Drift!?

Bears Can’t Drift!? is developed by Arran Langmead and published by Strangely Named Studio. It could’ve been a promising kart racer if it wasn’t bogged down by the troublesome control scheme and lack of a proper options menu.