Excerpt: SuperStars V8 RACING is a downloadable game on the Sony Playstation 3 (PS3). This racing game feels like an F-1 racing game, but done with different vehicles. There are eleven different teams, and nineteen different drives from the Superstar Series.
Excerpt: Racers aren’t unique. Think about it, there’s more than one franchise that has been built entirely around cars. Then again, it’s mainly the macho flair about these cars that attracts all the boys – or the boyish side of grown men.
Summary: It's rare for me to look games up before sitting down to review them. But seeing as I had a long download in front of me, I decided to look up Superstars V8 Racing. It turns out that this recently released PlayStation 3 game was originally released in Europe a year and a half ago.
Conclusion: experience as you will be hard pressed to find any players to start a race with online. The single player modes consist of single race, time trial, race weekend, championship mode and superstar licenses. The two most notable modes are the championship mode and superstar licenses.
Excerpt: 2010 has been a solid year for racers, bringing gamers titles like Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit , Blur , and Gran Turismo 5 . So where does Superstars V8 Racing fit into all this? It tries to differentiate itself by utilizing the official license of the Superstars Series racing league, meaning you’ll...
Summary: A rather decent return to auto racing for Milestone. Hopefully they won’t be gone for another four years and will come back soon with something that blows the doors off of this one. Until then, this is a pretty decent option.
Conclusion: Superstars V8 Racing is a worthy PSN title to pick up for racing fans. That being said, it isn’t as cheap as most store offerings, and so just how essential it is depends on your budget. I enjoyed my time with V8 Racing , and I know plenty of other people will too.
Excerpt: Over the past six months or so, we’ve watched some seriously large and relatively accomplished titles hit the digital download realm. Although they’re still a far cry from the full, big-budget $60 productions, they’re also many, many times more technically proficient than they were at the start of...