Last week we covered Formula Fusion, a Wipeout-like title in development, but a pretty serious challenger will be available in a few days on PC (console versions in early 2017). Redout may have a more "low-poly" approach to the visuals but it looks impressive nonetheless, with quite an incredible sense of speed even with class I ships (there are 4 classes total). It however requires a bit of practice to get the hang of it, something we haven't put enough time in, as you'll see in the following videos. The learning curve seems pretty big, with new perks to buy and upgrade, a good number of tracks to race on, and of course many different vehicles, each with their own specs. We've deciced to show you our early steps in the game, as we're learning how to play on Time Trial events. We haven't been able to try the game with VR yet, but we'll let you know when we do.
First test done with the Switch using Zelda. They could play for 2h 28 minutes on full battery. (4 Hours ago)
constantly too. Man if only that pro controller had a 3.5mm output. Do they finally have that for Switch pro conrrller? (5 Hours ago)
It should be a nomal 3.5mm output on my TV yeah. But what b0vril says could be true, sound may not be as clean. So i'll probably go with the hassle. Will be needing to keep the gamepad in the charger (5 Hours ago)
I've been looking for a great movie that's engaging from start to finish.Don't know which one you folks listed to start with though. (5 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Isn't it just a regualr 3,5mm output? Those extension cables are very affordable. If you have usb or optical output then it's another matter. (5 Hours ago)
Just completed Gears 4 Feral horde mode this weekend 50 waves, earning myself a diamond achievement - It was such a blast! (5 Hours ago)
@Sdarts: So.. you're gonna watch the oscars show? prepare for hours of political speeches from most winners <yawn> (5 Hours ago)