Those worrying that the shift in developer for Need for Speed, from Ghost to Criterion, might mean an end to support for Need for Speed Heat need worry no more. A new update arrives in for the game this week, adding a new game mechanic, some quality of life changes, and a bunch of new cars.
When Rudy van Buren won McLaren’s World’s Fastest Gamer competition at the end of last year, it was a dream come true. Now the Dutchman is finding out just what some of the perks of the job really are.
The new Formula 1 halos are a source of controversy among the sport’s fans. Some say they’re ugly, while others think they don’t do enough to protect the driver. Nonetheless, McLaren is embracing the odd look by teaming up the clothing company Gandys to make flip-flops.
This week’s Wednesday Want is a little different from usual. Normally it involves our team will plucking a car from our thousands-strong Car Suggestions forum and giving it some time in the spotlight, but this week we’ve found something truly special in the classified adverts and thought it really deserved some attention. You can check out past Wednesday Want entries right here.
Earlier this year, the Mazda 787B was released as the first car in Autoart’s Gran Turismo 5 “stealth model” series. Today, two more stealth models are available to purchase: the Nissan GT-R GT500 and McLaren F1.
The show floor has finally opened up at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and reports of the Gran Turismo 5 demo are starting to come in. According to Motor Trend, there are 12 cars and 4 playable tracks in the latest demo: