In the white and blue corner, wearing a familiar plumber’s red hat and thanking the Three Goddesses that Smash came around to boost their sales, we have Nintendo‘s Wii U. In the black and blue corner, sporting an obnoxiously-bright color-changing light and handing out free games, we have Sony’s PlayStation 4. And finally, in the black and green corner– despite the fact that these things are usually done with just two populated corners– wearing power armor and desperately trying to distance itself from its crazy ex, the Kinect, we have Microsoft‘s Xbox One.
Available on Xbox and PC, Make Way is a rapid little arcade racer that is all about boosts, power-ups and the joy of crashing into other cars.
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Nightdive Studios’ work on the remaster of Turok 3: Shadow of Oblivion wraps up the original trilogy, and here’s how the 20 plus year-old game holds up today.