All texts by Petter Hegevall
25 years after the release, Id Software's trendsetter has been polished up and released to all current game formats.
Dutch manufacturer Heusinkveld has released a brand new rally-handbrake that is really good...
Heusinkveld re-invents their flagship-pedals and by doing so offers up the best pedal-package under £2000 that you can find today..
The latest entry in the long-running series has a few ups-and-downs.
We check out the handbrake as well.
Fanatec is leaving the days of crazy expensive, high-quality sim-racing gear behind, with a brilliant, budget variant.
This TV is best in class when it comes to watching movies and playing games.
In September, KT Games will be saying goodbye to the WRC license after ten long years as rally experts. We've test driven the farewell note.
16 years ago, the script was completed, but only now has Snyder's spiritual sequel to Dawn of the Dead been realised. However, Petter is anything but impressed.
Swedish company Simrig has topped their already superb SR1-system with a more powerful, more detailed motion-simulation-system for the serious simracing-fanatic.
There are glimmers of light, but overall this is not impressive.
The release will take place next month.
After hundreds of hours in the Swedish simracing-motion-system, Simrig SR1 we are pleased to report that this system is a market leader in it's price range...
These wireless headphones are pretty much unbeatable at the cost of £90.
The iOS titles is amongst Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi's greatest work.
After investing almost 700 hours into Codemasters brilliant rally-simulator, our Swedish editor-in-chief is ready to tell you what his ten favourite stages are...
Update: Happy April Fools. We're sorry.
Its disastrous demo only signalled the start of its problems.
We caught up with the director behind the massive four-hour DC flick.
How does the acclaimed director's original vision compare to the 2017 original?
What do you get for 6000 Euro when it comes to simulating over-and-understeer in your racing games? We know the answer.
They said it could not be done, but we did it and here's how.
Don an armour of light and face formidable foes, in Counterplay Games looter-slasher.
The off-road racing series makes its next-gen debut, but sadly, due to a series of shortcomings, it's not the experience we were hoping for.
Our in-house racing expert took on Swedish rally ace Patrik Sandell.
"It's stylistic, minimalist and set in a colour scheme that is as dreamy and lovely as very few of today's games dare to be."
"Gameplay variation leads to some of the best moments in Crysis and the controls are somewhat approved in the console versions."
"Whether you play Battle Through Time on a PS4 Pro or on your iPhone, it's a handsome game that captures the essence of the cartoon TV series in the best possible way."
"Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 + 2 is good. It may not be great, or anything crazy, especially not compared to many of the best remakes that have graced us over the past two years, but as a sports game, it is balanced, easily accessible, and fun."
Feast your eyes on Fanatec's latest racing wheel, which seems geared to those on a budget.
"It's a really good game that mixes WRC 7 with WRC 8 and peppers it with a little bit of Richard Burns Rally to create a really tasty main course."
"There is no doubt in my mind that Fast & Furious Crossroads is the worst game of the year so far. Don't touch it, not even with a dipstick."
"The PC original is superb and extremely detailed with realistic car physics, but all that is ruined by the fact that the game is running at 20-30 FPS."
Gamereactor got an early look at the next game in Slightly Mad's racing-sim series.
Gamereactor has received the brand-new F1 premium sim wheel from Fanatec. Take a look at the beast for yourself.
The sim racing world's equal to Apple has ventured into the world of direct drive wheels, and we've been taking it out for a spin.
"We giggled so loud that one of our colleagues started searching for noise-cancelling headphones just to shut out the noise"
"In the end, though, the game is an aesthetic wonder with the perfect amount of nostalgia for the retro enthusiast to enjoy."
"It's been a joy to feast our eyes on its graphical grandeur. The sound isn't great though, and neither are the close-to-forced microtransactions."
"Apart from some camera-related issues, Arise is an absolute gem."
"The controls felt clunky and frustrating, the camera is too busy, and the hit detection is horrific."
Astro has wowed a large part of the gaming community with its headsets and now it's dabbling in PlayStation 4 peripherals too.
Thrustmaster's absurdly expensive controller is here and, all things considered, we're not hugely impressed.
"It's charming, unique, silly and addictive in a way that very few Apple Arcade games have been so far."
"This is Call of Duty, all the way, without any real compromise."
"The humour is incredible, the pixel graphics are superb, and the music is truly fantastic."
How about a high-quality gaming headset for around 70 quid? We've had a great time with Roccat's new lightweight contender.
"Given that Codemasters had almost four years to build on the first game, we can't help but feel just a little bit disappointed."
We travelled to Amsterdam for a closer look at the 2019 models from the Dutch masters.
We've been spending some quality time with Thrustmasters' flagship racing peripheral recently. Here's our review.