The 16 Best Racing Game Series & Franchises of All Time

Throughout the years, racing game series have provided countless outstanding titles; In today's list, we'll present you with the best video game racing series to date.

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GhostScholar9d ago

F-zero wayyyyy to low on this list. I would take f-zero on the snes over any need for speed game. I think project Gotham should also be higher.


Wreckfest Brings Destructive Demolition Racing To Switch This Fall

Tucked away inside yesterday's Nintendo Direct sizzle reel was the news that Wreckfest, Bugbear Entertainment's demolition racer, is heading to Switch this fall.

Boasting a variety of tracks, dozens of vehicles, lots of customisation options and plenty of destruction, Wreckfest will be crashing into retail stores and on the eShop for $39.99 / €39.99 / £34.99. The Super Mario movie cast reveal might have taken all the mainstream headlines yesterday, but Wreckfest's press release runs with it in style, giving us a good chuckle in the process:

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Magog734d ago (Edited 734d ago )

Got my fill of it when it was free with Playstation Plus.


Wipeout 2097 (1996) Playstation Retro Review

Retroheadz take a look back at Wipeout 2097, the fast paced racing game that captured the hearts of the Rave generation but does it still hold up today?

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Jimboms1449d ago

Oh man I remember playing this! It was soo good!

Babadook71449d ago (Edited 1449d ago )

I still enjoy the music for this. FSOL “Landmass” in particular.

Edit: https://m.youtube.com/watch...

contra1571449d ago

Game gets wiped out by F-Zero 😀😆

Blu3_Berry1448d ago

You mean a series that Nintendo doesn't care to make games from anymore and that the last entry was all the way back in 2004?

CosmicTurtle1448d ago

I love F-Zero. They play so differently though. Only thematically do they feel comparable.

CDbiggen1448d ago

I only had the demo of this, but damn I loved it - you could blow up the other racers.


Interview: Lee Mather, director of F1 2019, talks new features

Hey racers! Take your eyes off the track for a second and check out this interview with Lee Mather, game director of Codemasters’ F1 2019!

F1 2019 is coming close on the heels of F1 2018 (released in August 2018, a mere ten months ago) and we wanted to know what’s different and what players can expect.

Why is the next F1 game coming out so soon? F1 2018 still feels very new to me.

It’s something we’ve wanted to do for a long time and having a second team working on the game has made it possible as we’ve been able to spend more time on the game development.

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