Forza Motorsport 7 PC – System Requirements and more (Game protected by UWP on PC)

Rating: 84/100

Review: Forza Motorsport 7 is an extremely good game. Everything you would expect from the

franchise. The graphics are great, the racing is fun, it is just a good game. The only problem is see is that they withheld some stuff from launch, such as, the auction house. But this isn’t that bad. I totally recommend this game.
Note: Game will be Always-Online DRM – UWP on PC.

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Minimum Requirements – 720p/30fps

  • 1st generation Intel Core i5-750 or AMD FX-6300 CPU
  • 8GB of ram
  • nVidia GT 740 / GTX 650 or AMD R7 250X graphics
  • 2GB of Vram

Recommended Requirements – 1080p/60fps

  • 4th generation Intel Core i5-4460 or AMD FX-8350 CPU
  • 8GB of ram
  • nVidia GTX 670 / GTX 1050 Ti or AMD RX 560 graphics
  • 4GB of Vram

Enthusiast Requirements – 4K/60fps Ultra Settings

  • 6th generation Intel Core i7-6700K or AMD Ryzen R7 CPU
  • 16GB of ram
  • nVidia GTX 1080 or AMD RX Vega 64 graphics
  • 8GB of Vram

Project CARS 2 PC Review and System Requirements

Rating: 60/100

I enjoy racing games. I’m a casual player who enjoyed games like Gran Turismo, Need For Speed and others before “race SIM” fans influenced games to a point where a casual player like myself just can’t truly enjoy a “quick race” like I used to. Oversteer, Understeer, manipulating your car setup, and limitless customization seem great in theory, but it is getting out of hand.

In Project Cars 2 the graphics are amazing. The car selection is awesome. The customization is great, but once I selected my car, track, weather, and race mode- the game lost its charm.

Every car I tried was nearly impossible to drive without spinning out, over accelerating, or simply crashing. My Logitech G920 racing wheel is more than able to handle things, but I felt completely incapable of driving anything even in Rookie Career Mode. The car interiors and different aesthetics and sound are all on point, but the gameplay killed it for me.

System Requirements


    • OS: Windows 10 (+ specific versions of 7)
    • Processor: 3.5 GHz Intel Core i5 3450, 4.0 GHz AMD FX-8350
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GTX680 or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 50 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

    • OS: Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel i7 6700k
    • Memory: 16 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVidia GTX 1080 or AMD Radeon RX480
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 50 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

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F1 2017 – Supported Wheels and Controllers List and Review

Rating: 84/100

Review: Perhaps the best F1 game Codies had made, great controling model, credit to them for including trigger rumble feature.

And that attention to detials, you actually get static from radio driving through the tunnel at Monaco, Amazing

PC Supported Wheels and Controllers List (Logitech Momo Wheels not supported)

Buttkicker D-Box
Fanatec ClubSport Pedals Fanatec ClubSport Shifter SQ V 1.5
Fanatec ClubSportWheel v1 Fanatec ClubSportWheel v1 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2 Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2.5 Fanatec ClubSportWheel v2.5 + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub
Fanatec CSL Elite + CSL P1 and/or Universal Xbox One Hub Fanatec CSL Elite PS4
Fanatec CSR Elite Fanatec LEDs
Fanatec Porsche 911 Series Keyboard
Leo Bodnar SLI Pro Logitech Driving Force GT
Logitech Driving Force Pro Logitech Driving Force Shifter
Logitech Formula Force EX/RX Logitech G25 Racing Wheel
Logitech G27 Racing Wheel Logitech G29 Racing Wheel
Logitech G920 Racing Wheel Pace Wheel
PS4 Controller SimXperience Accuforce
Steam Controller Thrustmaster F1 Rim
Thrustmaster Ferrari 430 Force Feedback Racing Wheel Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience
Thrustmaster Ferrari GT F430 Wireless Cockpit Thrustmaster Ferrari GTE Rim
Thrustmaster GT Rim Thrustmaster Leather 28 GT Rim
Thrustmaster PS Rim Thrustmaster RGT Force Feedback Clutch Edition
Thrustmaster T100 Thrustmaster T150
Thrustmaster T300 Thrustmaster T500
Thrustmaster TH8A Add-On Shifter Thrustmaster TH8 RS Shifter
Thrustmaster TMX Thrustmaster TS PC RACER
Thrustmaster TX Thrustmaster Universal Challenge 5-in-1 Racing Wheel
Track-IR Xbox 360 Pad for Windows
Xbox One Controller

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MXGP 3 Review – Been there, done that…

Riding a motorcycle is a technical affair at the best of times. It is extremely different from other forms of motorised transportation, purely because the actual physical body of the rider comes into play. And riding a motorcycle of dirt is very different from other surfaces, too, because the balance  and road holding offer all kinds of challenges to the rider. This is what makes people who compete in dirt biking as a sport such impressive riders. They have an extremely deep understanding of the  technical side of their machines, and they can apply this knowledge at a moment’s notice – like when picking out the best racing line.

That’s not something people deciding to enjoy the virtual version of the sport, in the form of MXGP  3, will need to worry about. It seems that the line doesn’t really matter as much here. Just blasting around the track is good enough, really, which is odd when considering that the game will require the player to take certain technical ideas into account.

That’s really the theme here – some things you need to worry about, and others you need to ignore.  The end result is a game that can be fun to play, but it cannot really be considered a simulation. Rather, MXGP 3 comes across like an arcade racer, which is something that developers Milestone have been struggling with since the series first fired up three years ago.

In fact, it is something that Milestone struggle with in most of their games. The real problem is that,  in this particular case, if any progress has been made, it isn’t obvious. Rather, it seems that Milestone have put all their efforts into making the game look good, rather than feel good. This is the best looking MXGP game yet. However, some things still need a little work – most notably the new dynamic weather system. While this system does add a nice new element to the mechanics of the game, it doesn’t look great. The rain, in particular, is disappointing, and the on-off nature of the weather (rather than using some kind of transition system) is jarring.

There are, naturally, a number of tweaks and changes that can be made to the way the game handles, making it more accessible or more challenging. This can improve things a bit when playing but caution needs to be exercised when handling the changes. That’s because they can be extremely finicky. Tweaking just a little too much in the wrong direction can have wide reaching and disastrous results.

The career mode will keep you busy as you work yourself from the bottom of the pile to the pinnacle of off-road racing, of course. But it, like almost every other aspect of MXGP 3, falls prey to the notion that there simply isn’t enough new here to warrant another iterated release. In fact, the whole experience feels like you’ve done this before, improved visuals aside, and it seems unclear on where Milestone is heading with this series… other than trying to make it look better.

And that’s a real pity because, quite frankly, the world needs a great dirt bike racing simulator. Sure, it’s a pretty niche market overall, but there is still a market for it. Unfortunately, MXGP 3 doesn’t feel like it is taking  the right steps to get to that point. It can be fun to play, sure, but ultimately is stays mired in the world of arcade-style racing, and those that want a really technical simulator will likely find it wanting.

While the visuals are better and questionable dynamic weather has been added, there really isn’t much in MXGP 3 that we haven’t seen before from the franchise.
Rating: 60/100

Micro Machines World Series Trainer, System Requirements and more (Codemasters game)

review: No singleplayer campaign, total focus on online modes. Vehicles are now all mixed up instead of bound to a specific track , meaning there are no fast or slow cars.. just different skins. Couldn’t care less about the battle mode. No real focus on racing.

If you were looking for a game that plays as the original 4 Micro Machines games but with nicer graphics you will be disappointed.
Rating: 50/100

System Requirements


    • OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
    • Processor: AMD FX Series or Intel Core i3 Series
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: AMD HD5570 or NVIDIA GT440 with 1GB of VRAM (DirectX 11 graphics card required)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
    • Additional Notes: Supported Graphics Cards: Nvidia GT 440 or Above, GT 530 or Above, GT 630 or Above, GT 720 or Above, GTX 900 Series, GTX 1000 Series AMD HD 5570 or Above, HD 6570 or Above, HD 7570 or Above, R7 Series, R9 Series, RX Series

    • OS: 64bit Versions of Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 4690 or AMD FX 8320
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 or AMD R9 290X
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Soundcard
    • Additional Notes: Supported Graphics Cards: Nvidia GT 440 or Above, GT 530 or Above, GT 630 or Above, GT 720 or Above, GTX 900 Series, GTX 1000 Series AMD HD 5570 or Above, HD 6570 or Above, HD 7570 or Above, R7 Series, R9 Series, RX Series

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Genre: Racing
Developer: Codemasters
Publisher: Codemasters
Release Date: 30 Jun, 2017

WRC 6 FIA World Rally Championship – PC Review (Pros – Cons)

The game is little better than WRC 5. Not great, but decent.

+ Rallyes with all stages (Poland and Italy are the best)
+ Nice graphics
+ Handling and Physics
+ The cars are detailed


– Online mode (There’s no one in multiplayer lobby)
– Only few cars (10 Cars)
– Boring after you finish all rallyes

Rating: 75/100


Forza Horizon 3 – PC Reviews (Critic Reviews)

Rating: 85/100 Based on 5 Critics – Genre: Racing

90 – Gaming Boulevard
Forza Horizon 3 is a dream coming true for the car fanatics. With tons of playable cars and tons of great places to discover, this might be the best Forza Horizon to date. Australia forms the perfect playground thanks to the huge difference in landscape. Besides that, the game has tons of events and tools to mess around with as boss of the festival. Also, note that the online interaction offers a lot of fan-created content and you know you’ll have fun playing this game until the next one releases. Don’t hesitate when you see this one in stores, it’s worth every penny!
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90 – PaulSemel
Thanks to more varied tracks and great controls, the open world racing game Forza Horizon 3 (Xbox One, PC) is one of the best games of the year.
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90 – The Games Machine
Forza Horizon 3 is a a great driving experience, probably the best in years. The Australian landscape is full of things to discover, and it’s so sweet to get lost in such a charming setting. Buy it without any doubt, even if you’re a PC gamer.

80 – GameReactor
“If you’re prepared to accept some small faults, Playground has created a massive world filled to the brim with exhilarating driving.”
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75 – Fenix Bazaar
Forza Horizon 3 struggles in how it rewards the player, but the balancing act between arcade street racer and hardcore sim helps make it a highly addictive outing
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Carmageddon: Max Damage PC Reviews

 Rating: 49/100 – Based on 2 Critics – Genre Racing

58 – WCCFtech

Carmageddon: Max Damage is an ugly, annoying and downright tiresome game. Particularly so when played too much. But it’s not without its charms. A strong variety in weapons, vehicles and maps. Crude humor that can work, at times. It’s actually good in small doses, but not worth the current entry fee.
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40 – Complete Game Reviews
In the mid-to-late ’90s, vehicular combat games had come into their own. From the famous Twisted Metal, to the lesser known Vigilante 8 and Rogue Trip, the culture of the ’90s and the blossoming 3D technology melded perfectly.

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Valentino Rossi The Game PC Reviews (Critic Reviews)

Rating: 67/100 – Based on 3 Critics – Genre: Racing

73 – GamerKnights
“Like with Milestone’s Seb Loeb game, this element more than makes up for many of the other flaws and will automatically elevate the game into a ‘must buy’ for Rossi fans. Despite the somewhat confusing game title and terminology (the box art itself doesn’t help with various stickers and logos spread everywhere), Valentino Rossi also serves as Moto GP ’16. Therefore you get full access to all the official tracks, riders and bikes that you’d expect from a Milestone simulation, along with various options to create custom championships.”
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70 – Gamereactor
Who is Valentino Rossi? That’s a question a MotoGP fan would never ever find themselves asking. The legendary Italian phenomenon on two wheels has a massive seven world championship crowns at 500cc and titles at both 250cc and 125cc to go with that. Who better to mentor us as we put on the leather suit and head out onto the track to start our own career. Where the MotoGP games have been stuck in a rut for years, both in terms of the overall presentation and the physics it seems that things are moving in the right direction this time around.
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60 – Lazygamer
Every sport has a legend. A superstar who completely dominated on and off the field, track or ring. Boxing had Muhammed Ali, Formula 1 racing had Michael Schumacher and the Olympics had…shit, I don’t know? The Flash? I’m certain he’s real but whatever. Point is, none of these guys can compare to the success of Valentino Rossi. Easily the most dominant Italian on two wheels , Rossi is the legend of the MotoGP circuit, having claimed seven championships over the years.
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Trackmania Turbo – System Requirements & Screenshots

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Rating: 80/100

GameInfo: Trackmania offers and arcade racing universe in which everything is about reaching the perfect racing time. Test your skills in over two hundred tracks, challenge your friends at home (offline splitscreen) or online.

System Requirements:


    • OS: Windows Vista or Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
    • Processor: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 2 GHz or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Video card must be 512 MB or more and should be a DirectX 10 – compatible or DirectX 11 – compatible
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers