F1 2020 Review

Jul 06, 2020

Formula One has just begun its racing season after delays for obvious reasons, and F1 2020 arrives just in time to be a great companion for what remains of this truncated season. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of content to be found here, and Codemasters has crafted another masterpiece in F1 2020 that hits all the right notes. This is a Formula One game that’s accessible for all players with casual to pro settings and immersive modes that offer dozens of hours of gameplay. If you’ve been wanting to play this series for any reason, F1 2020 is what you’ve been waiting for.

GRID (2019) Review

Oct 08, 2019

GRID returns as a reboot to 2008’s Race Driver: GRID, which itself was a reboot of the ToCA Race Driver series. So this makes it a reboot of a reboot. Codemasters refines the experience, bearing similarities to the games that come before it, while also carving a new path. GRID focuses on racing and the relationships therein. You’ll make friends, enemies, and everything in-between as you work on your career. Codemasters plays it safe with this, but offers an exciting experience that straddles itself between arcade and simulation racing that will keep you coming back.