Old console glory or just a sloppy job?
codemasters have constantly set new benchmarks for racing games with GRID. As much as they were different in their portrayal of a racing game, so have they striven to provide apt visuals for their games. Their newest title is in the market now, but have they really hit the bull’s eye with this one? Not quite, but neither have they missed it by a lot.
GRID Autosport was released on the Xbox 360, PS3 and the PC not long back and since has been the centre of attention for enthusiast racing genre gamers, for a variety of reasons. I’ll save the best of the lot for the last; starting with the older generation of consoles, it seems the Xbox 360 takes the lead somewhat.
There are hundreds of beautiful mobile games to sift through. Here is Hardcore Droid's list of the 10 Android games with the best graphics.
A number of new deals are up and running on the North American Switch eShop. These include Alien: Isolation, Aragami, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Donut County, Everspace, Fate/Extella games, Fuser, Gone Home, GRID Autosport, Horace, Summer in Mara, and more.
Likely the reason you lost your Wi-Fi is not embarrassing. Maybe you’re just taking a trip on a plane or something. I mean, I doubt your mom shut it off because you refused to look for a job or somehow your phone slipped out of your top pocket into a bowl of water, a porcelain one (And no—just because the anecdote is specific doesn’t mean that it actually happened to me). Anyway, the matter at hand is you are, or will be, suffering from an acute lack of Wi-Fi, and you want to run your device like an old-school gaming rig. What’s more, as one would expect from those glorious machines of yore, you want to play core titles—games that offer the richness and complexity of PC and console titles. Well, look no further, my WiFi-challanged friends, what follows are the very best offline Android games.