Product Reviews

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Forza Horizon 4 Review: The King Comes Home

“Where do they go from here?” We couldn’t ignore the little voice in the back of our head asking the question. It was shortly after the Hot Wheels expansion for Forza… Read More »

F1 2018 Xbox One X Review

Jeff was right. Damnit. It’s the season opener in Melbourne and I’m learning the ropes in my McLaren MCL33. Alonso’s set some competitive times in FP2, and I want to… Read More »

Trak Racer FS3 Wheel Stand Review

If I had to choose one word to describe my approach to sim racing hardware, it’d have to be “minimal.” For the vast majority of my make-believe career, I’ve plugged… Read More »

Thrustmaster T-GT Review

There’s a long history of officially-branded Gran Turismo wheels. Starting out with Logitech’s GT Force way back in the days of Gran Turismo 3: A-Spec, Polyphony moved to a partnership with… Read More »

Thrustmaster BT LED Display Review

Does your car have a heads-up display? Chances are it doesn’t. A handful of vehicles do — some modern BMWs, the Hyundai Veloster we tested earlier this year — but… Read More »

OnRush PlayStation 4 Review

When word arrived that Evolution Studios alumni would be joining forces with Codemasters, racing game fans were intrigued by what would come next from the studio. With a portfolio that… Read More »

Pure Farming 2018 Steam Review

Sim racing games are fantastic. Being able to drive everything from Japanese Kei cars to Italian exotics keeps me coming back again and again. However, like most of you, I… Read More »

Burnout Paradise Remastered Xbox One Review

Burnout Paradise is 10 years old. Let that sink in for a second. A title that was the darling of last generation has officially been around for a decade. All… Read More »