GRID Legends Review

Feb 24, 2022

Codemasters are just that, experts at making games that cover broad strokes and niche corners of the racing genre. For GRID, the long-running series has really stepped into its own with the introduction of a story mode, and improvements on every facet with Legends. Codemasters have clearly heard the complaints about 2019’s reboot, and have expanded the number of locations, vehicles, and even types of disciplines. This entry smooths all of the rough edges of its predecessor. GRID Legends is exhilarating, exciting, and an enthusiastic arcade-based racer that is the series’ best entry to-date.

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.

GRID Autosport to feature the Touring Car discpline

May 14, 2014

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