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Bandai Namco to distribute next-gen racer Project Cars

Slightly Mad Studios' next-gen racing game Project Cars now has the support of Bandai Namco. The publisher agreed to distribute the game globally on Xbox One, PS4, PC for Windows and SteamOS as well as Wii U. Project Cars is slated to launch in November. The realism-fixated racing sim began as...

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Project Cars takes drivers on 'the ultimate journey' in November

Need for Speed: Shift developer Slightly Mad Studios announced that its sim-styled racer Project Cars is due to hit the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Wii U, and PC platforms in November. Project Cars demonstrates its slick presentation and advanced damage modeling in the newly released trailer...

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Project Cars will launch as one of the PS4's first Morpheus games

Slightly Mad Studios' crowdfunded racing game, codenamed Project Cars, will launch as one of the first PlayStation 4 games to support Sony's Project Morpheus virtual reality hardware, the developer announced this week. "Virtual reality is a perfect fit for racing games since the game world...

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Project Cars ditches PS3, Xbox 360, adds Xbox One, PS4, SteamOS

Slightly Mad Studios, the British development house perhaps best remembered for Need for Speed: Shift, is working on a new racing game called Project Cars. Today the developer has announced three new platforms for the game: Xbox One, PS4 and SteamOS. Project Cars, which was originally due to...

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Slightly Mad's Project Cars coming to Wii U, has nothing to do with Pixar

Slightly Mad Studios has added Wii U to the list of platforms for its crowd-funded racing title, Project Cars. Project Cars -- standing for "community-assisted racing sim" -- is already planned for release first on PC in 2013, and later on Xbox 360 and PS3. Slightly Mad's crowd-sourced approach to...

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