World of Speed developer Slightly Mad Studios is working on its online racer in tandem with Project Cars. Both games are separate but share common DNA, as explained by various team members. They have also stressed that World of Speed should be referred to as “free,” not “free-to-play.”
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Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Games has shed light on its racing title, and has confirmed that while PC is the lead platform, this doesn’t mean that the Wii U build will be “crappy”, or even the worst of the bunch.
Speaking to Videogamer, Slightly Mad designer Andy Tudor has said that now-defunct Bizarre Creations inspired the studio with its work on Shift 2: Unleashed.
Slightly Mad’s Andy Tudor has said it’s aiming to revolutionize car sims with Shift 2: Unleashed.
Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad studios has said to Gamerzines that the damage model for Gran Turismo 5 is not “quite so realistic”. The revealation came from the studio’s Andy Tudor. “Actually, when the footage of Gran Turismo 5 came out of GamesCom with the doors flying off, we were all like ‘what […]
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