Are you a car freak? Do you love spending a huge amount of your monthly income to give your macho four wheeler the insanely jaw dropping looks? Have you already spend a lot of money on your favorite car’s alloys / rims? Aren’t you fed up that you cannot show off your alloy wheels once the sun sets? Well, now you can (and that too just for the cost of $500)! Using the MotionLite wheel illumination you can show off your rocking alloy wheels and grab all the possible attention that you don’t even deserve!
The PC gaming community has made modifications that turn San Andreas and Vice City into multiplayer games, and Crackdown had great online co-op, so we know a multiplayer GTA on Xbox 360 is technically feasible. And we can’t think of anything more satisfying than pushing through GTA IV’s missions and fleeing from the cops with a friend in tow. Think of the potential! One player drives, another shoots. One goes into the bank to rob it while another heads off to get the getaway ready. Or maybe one parachute from the top of the building while another drives a truck for them to land on.
Admit it: you secretly call yourself Daddy Death match and reckon you have already got the mad level, editing skillz to design your own multiplayer levels. Well, Far Cry 2’s map editor gives you the chance to back up the big words by enabling you to build your own killings fields, and then post them online for people to enjoy. Think Little Big Planet, only with the AK 47’s Jeeps and vast, burning forests.
There is a lot riding on this sequel games may have awarded it 7/10, but Juiced certainly wasn’t the greatest racing title to emerge from the previous generation. Nevertheless, the game sold by the bucket load, which was more than enough to help UK developer Juice Games to get the go-ahead form the THQ to make a follow-up. Unfortunately, that is unlikely to be your initial response.
So the high concept pitch is Motorstorm meets Burnout Paradise. Yeah, we know, but here us out. There’s a chance this won’t be some Frankenstein cut ‘n’ shut monstrosity, partly because turns into twinkling automotive gold. (You’ve got Grid, right?) And partly because, in aiming so high, there’s little chance of this being another middle of the road racer. Either it’ll live up to the hype and deliver a unique, massive, open world racer, or it’ll a spectacular can’t look but must wreck. Either way Fuel is definitely one to watch.
Porsche last week revealed their new and even sportier 2010 911 GT3 RS. Loaded with plenty of upgraded features compared to the GT3, including a 450hp 3.8L flat-6 engine, the new GT3 RS also boasts yet unwrapped technology – a purpose-built PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management), and an optional lithium-ion battery that saves 22 pounds over the standard unit.
The video below from the BBC shows you some of the electric, eco-friendly cars from a competition / project recently run by the UK government to encourage automakers to get more creative in thinking about low carbon emissions. Eight car making groups have won a £25 million prize from the government to fund the next generation of greener, cleaner cars.