Review: Project Cars Go (Mobile)

by Philip Orona I was a little harsh in my previous Project Cars 3 review. Although, I was not alone in my opinion that Slightly Mad Studios made a big mistake in watering down its racing franchise for broader appeal. By itself, it wasn't a terrible racing game but when held up to the competition, … Continue reading Review: Project Cars Go (Mobile)

Review: Project CARS 3

By Philip Orona In the videogame world there is an adapt or die mentality in the marketplace. For example, 2D platformers have become 3D world explorers, some survival horror games have become loot shooters, and some classic puzzle games or action brawlers have become free to play, DLC-laden cluster cusses. One thing for certain is … Continue reading Review: Project CARS 3