Posts Tagged ‘Codemasters’

Review: Onrush

by Nazih Fareson June 13, 2018
To be announced as the spiritual successor of the MotorStorm series inevitably aroused a big interest in me, especially since I was a big fan of the arcade racing game created by Evolution Studios. When you discover that the same core team is within the ranks of Codemasters, known for his driving simulation titles like Colin […]

Review: DiRT 4

by Nazih Fareson June 27, 2017
After a different experience with DiRT Rally which didn’t work out well with fans, the teams over at Codemasters come back with DiRT 4, a more accessible, varied title, but not necessarily more interesting that its predecessors. For those who never heard of it, the DiRT saga stems directly from the ancestral Colin McRae Rally game, […]

Review: F1 2016

by Nazih Fareson August 24, 2016
After a very disappointing F1 2015 almost considered as a regression of the series, Codemasters had a lot of work to do to overcome the doubt of driving simulation fans. For F1 2016, players wanted everything that was promised and expected of the previous iteration, including a noticeable graphical leap, a more exciting career mode, realistic atmosphere and the hardcore simulation […]


Review: DiRT Rally

by Nazih Fareson May 1, 2016
After a bland Sebastien Loeb Rally Evo (previously reviewed on the site), it is finally time for rally enthusiasts to get a taste of a real dish, created by one of – what I believe is – greatest rally racing simulation developers of all time: Codemasters and the reboot of the DiRT franchise with DiRT Rally. For those of you […]