It’s been a while since we heard anything from them but the lovely chaps over at Simbin studios have just announced a new game in the fantastic GTR series of GT Racing sims: GTR3. The closest they’ve come lately to any kind of sequel after GTR2 was an addon pack for the Race 07 series which added 3 variations on the Nürburgring and a handful of GT cars which although good, wasn’t quite enough to satisfy like a full title would have.
Coming at you like an out-of-control motorbike driven by a mentalist. Todays sale includes all (PC) Grand Theft Auto games, including the 2 original top-down games.
I really enjoyed Vice City and San Andreas. They mix hundreds of gangster-film clichés with fun game-play and humour. Grand Theft Auto 6 (named IV) is rather dry and boring, but has a hand-full of multiplayer options, which adds some fun. This deal also includes the two recent DLCs for GTA 6…er IV.
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You can drive this away (sorry couldn’t help it) for… £19.79
Reviewed by Andrew here, Driver SF is a free roaming driving game with a very interesting mechanic. He had this to say:
“At the touch of a button Tanner [the guy you play] can initiate an out of body experience. You can then float around the city, all in dreamy slow motion, entering other drivers’ bodies at will.”
The link that can literally save you hundreds of pennies below the break.
Cards on the table time, the last Driver game I played was Dr1ver (see, if they can do it with Driv3r, so can I). There were two very memorable features for me: the first was pulling ostentatious power-slides and seeing your hubcaps detach and roll away through sheer G-force. It was a small touch, but it really helped make the game. Secondly was the replay editor in which you could edit the camera angles to make your own action packed chase / stunt sequences in all their hilariously ropey physics glory.