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Assetto Corsa Competizione Review: Laser-Focused Yet Fun Sim Racing

Here at the beginning of summer, Assetto Corsa Competizione sits in a rather unique position. It has the spotlight all to itself, at least until F1 2019 touches down later… Read More »

GT Omega Racing Apex Wheel Stand Review: A Stable Step Up

If you read my last review with the Thrustmaster T150, you know I’m new to playing sim racing games without a controller. I’m so new in fact that I had… Read More »

Bus Simulator 18 Review: Who Knew Public Transit Could be Fun?

When it comes to sim games, to say I enjoy more lowkey titles is a bit of an understatement. Titles like American and Euro Truck Simulators, Mudrunner, and even Pure… Read More »

The Thrustmaster T150 Review: New Dad, New Take on Sim Racing

Last autumn I started the journey of fatherhood. If you have kids yourself, you know what this means. If you don’t though, the best way I describe it is your… Read More »

Evolution Studios' WRC: Sideways In Style

Welcome to Mirror Mode, GTPlanet’s series that shines a spotlight on retro racing games. With rally season in full swing, we’re revisiting the first installment of PlayStation’s fan-favorite, fully-licensed WRC… Read More »

DiRT Rally 2.0 Review: The New Rally Sim Standard

The debate is never-ending: is rally the hardest discipline in motorsports? To many real-world drivers it is. Talk to any long enough and you’ll get some variation on the “track… Read More »

GT Academy Finalist Joins Team GTPlanet/Hooncorp for 24 Hours Of Lemons New Zealand

As you may have heard by now, GTPlanet and Hooncorp have partnered to bring together a team of drivers to contest the 2019 24 Hours of Lemons New Zealand. It’s… Read More »

The Grand Tour Game Review: And on That Terrible Disappointment...

The Grand Tour trio is nothing if not persistent. Back in Season 2, the most diminutive of the party had what one might call a bit of a whoopsies. From… Read More »

GTPlanet Awards 2018: The Winners!

A year is a long time on the internet. In the 12 months since our last GTPlanet Awards, we’ve seen dozens of game titles announced and released, the motor industry… Read More »

GTPlanet’s 2018 Gaming Year in Review

FeaturesGaming 2 Dec 31, 2018 by Kyle Patrick

Another year is wrapping up. We’re mere hours away from 2019, and thus, we’re looking back on what the last 12 months have given us in the gaming world. 2018… Read More »

GTPlanet's 2018 Automotive Year in Review

It seems like just yesterday we were looking at the 2017 Automotive Year in Review. Now in a blink of an eye, we’re closing in on the ending of 2018.… Read More »

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review: New Club, Same as the Old Club

Don’t be fooled by the title. Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is very much the same as the first, and still not the Switch racer you’ve been waiting for.

Thrustmaster T.Racing Scuderia Ferrari Edition Review: Supercars For Your Ears

Audio. It’s an integral part of sim racing, but it’s safe to say it often takes a backseat to visuals, physics, and input devices. But a great aural experience can… Read More »

Hey Guys, Jimmy Here!

GTPlanet 67 Dec 3, 2018 by Jimmy Broadbent

Hey guys, Jimmy here! Some of you may be familiar with that introduction from the videos on my sim-racing YouTube channel, but if not, don’t fret. I’m GTPlanet’s newest contributing… Read More »

GTPlanet's WRS Announces Two-Hour Multi-Class Special Event at Fuji Speedway

On Sunday, October 28, GTPlanet’s Weekly Race Series Online Events will host a special event on Fuji Speedway, featuring the Toyota Supra Racing Concept Gr. 3 and Toyota 86 Gr.… Read More »

Project Gotham Racing: When Speed Isn't Enough

To commemorate the release of Forza Horizon 4, we’re revisiting another popular racer from Xbox’s past.