The next entry is aiming high.
Three major releases in the first half of its fiscal year resulted in increased profits and revenue.
Joe Barron, marketing and esports manager at Slightly Mad Studios, speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming mobile spinoff.
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Joe Barron, marketing and esports manager at Slightly Mad Studios, speaks with GamingBolt about the developer's newest racer.
Here are all the vehicles and tracks you can play around with.
Slightly Mad Studios takes a more arcade-heavy approach with its latest racing sim.
A gorgeous look at this week's racing game.
Development for current-gen consoles meant ray tracing couldn't be supported, according to the developers.
Odd design decisions, slip-shod pacing, wonky gameplay and a bad story are just the beginning here.
The racing sim is back but is it better than ever? Here's everything you need to know.
A standard looking list for the upcoming racing game.
Check out a little bit of each gameplay aspect from the upcoming racing sim.
More than 200 cars and 140 tracks are available to experience.
It will also have support for up to 12K resolution.
But the game will also strive to appease hardcore racing sim enthusiasts.
Career Mode is being overhauled with ten car classes to progress through.
The movie tie-in was pushed back in March due to Fast 9 being delayed.
Knights of Pen and Paper Bundle and Toybox Turbos are also free for subscribers next month.