Codemasters & Bandai Namco Australia today detailed DiRT 4‘s Day One Edition, available this June. Available across Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4, the Day One Edition will feature an exclusive Hyundai R5 rally car alongside livery, a Founder Icon

Update: Microsoft Australia has confirmed the subscription will cost $10.95 AUD per month in Australia. Microsoft Australia also confirmed that the service will only be available on Xbox One, not PC as it had previously advised. We have updated the

DiRT 4: Preview

The release of DiRT Rally last year symbolised a return to form for Codemasters’ once highly-respected off-road racing franchise. In a time where the series began to move away from its Colin McRae roots, it adopted the personality of Ken

DiRT Rally is now compatible with PlayStation VR through paid DLC on PS4. The entire game can be played in virtual reality, and the DLC introduces a new co-op mode, allowing a second player to act as a co-driver giving directions

Codemasters today confirmed Dirt 4, heading to PC and current-gen consoles in June. The title will include a new system called Your Change — “an innovative rally route creation tool that allows you to produce a near infinite number of unique

Codemasters & Bandai Namco today announced Micro Machines World Series for Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. The title will include standard races, elimination races and battle arenas that “allow you to wreak mass destruction on a miniature scale against

DiRT Rally, the co-winner of Stevivor’s Sports or Racing Game of the Year 2016, will soon be supported by PlayStation VR. Codemasters today announced that a standalone DLC upgrade priced at $19.45 AUD will be available “in the coming weeks.”

It’s the night before the night before Christmas, and all through Stevivor, we basically deferred to Nicholas on the best racing or sports games of 2016. Sure, there were a lot of sports games this year — as in every

Review: F1 2016

When an annual franchise like Codemasters’ F1 has been going on for as long as it has — where each year’s title is based off whatever track listing and team liveries the actual season includes — it’s difficult for the

One Game at a Time is a long-standing mantra for sportsmen everywhere. It is sage advice on how to handle the stress of a long football season and an indicator of the maximum mental workload most footballers can handle. To

Preview: F1 2016

Regularity and consistency. They’re the two things we’re comfortable with when it comes to gaming, and there’s no greater example than with annual releases. Recently, Stevivor had the chance to preview the latest instalment in Codemasters’ F1 franchise to see

Codemasters has today released a new trailer for F1 2016. It details the game’s new career mode, and you can check it out below: What do you think? Look for F1 2016 on PS4, Xbox One and Windows PC from 19 August.

Codemasters has today confirmed that F1 2016 will support 22 player online racing alongside the Formation Lap and manual starts. These new features are shown off in the video below: “We strive to create a game that is as close to the

Codemasters today released the first gameplay video for F1 2016. It showcases Daniel Ricciardo and Jolyon Palmer on the Baku street circuit. The pair also deliver their impressions of the course. The footage has been separated as three videos: Codemasters also

Codemasters today confirmed F1 2016, the official video game of the 2016 FIA Formula One World Championship. “F1 2016 is a massive step forward for the franchise,” said Lee Mather, Principal Games Designer at Codemasters. “The new career mode sits at

Microsoft today detailed the free games that will be gifted to Xbox Live Gold subscribers over May. Available on Xbox One are Defense Grid 2 over all of May and Costume Quest from 16 May to 15 June.  Xbox 360 games,