Last year Eden Games attempted to bring a semi-simulation racing game to the Switch; with mixed results. With its mobile roots being very obvious, it wasn’t a title you wanted to spend $60 bucks on. In an awfully quick turn around time, Eden Games have returned to the world of Gear.Club Unlimited with a sequel. It’s unfortunate that the game is no better than last year.
You don’t find many true-to-life racing games for Nintendo consoles. Many tend to fall into the arcade spectrum, let alone use any actual licensed cars. Gear.Club Unlimited brings a grounded racer to the Nintendo switch while still maintaining an arcade feel. But does that make this game any good? Is it any fun?
Today, game publisher Microïds announced that it plans to release Moto Racer 4, the long-awaited return of the hit motorbike arcade racing series, for Playstation®4, Xbox One, PC and Mac worldwide on October 13, 2016. As shown in new screens and details revealed today, the game uses Unreal Engine 4 to provide stunning graphical quality alongside a robust set of features for single and multiplayer racing modes on both road and dirt tracks.