Regulars// Pics of the Week: Race On, Revivals

Posted 25 Jul 2014 14:51 by
Forza fans were blessed this week with new shots of vehicles coming to Horizon 2, due to arrive this October on Xbox One and 360.

Not one to rub your thighs in a creepy manner when you see the latest pixel renditions of supercars? Then maybe you'll get your thigh-rub on with these screens featuring the classic split-windscreen VW Camper, 1944 US Army Jeep (complete with shovel & axe) or 1970's Alpine Berlinette.

We've also been busy doing a bit of classic backfilling on last year's Motorsport 5, with new shots of cars from the Hot Wheels DLC.

A "screen dump" is the only way to describe what landed on GRID: Autosport (PC, 360, PS3) this week. We've added almost 60 screens to Codemaster's racer. With a racing-game dynasty that can be traced back to the revered TOCA Race Driver games, for an "old gen" racer (PC excluded, natch) it's looking like one tasty tamale. Nom.

Updates and details for Playstation 4's The Last of Us Remastered (aka "Bang Tidy") Edition just keep on coming. This week, we've been graced with a set of screen shots.
The PS3 game looked so damn good, it's hard to see any "eye popping" improvements, but we reckon that'll come when it's played. Take a look and see what you think.

Staying with the "remastered" vibe, check out the three new artwork images added to Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Added to the pile of screen shots already uploaded to the game page, this higher than high definition edition is looked bloody lovely.

Also worthy of mention are the artwork images for Assassin's Creed: Unity and AirMech Arena along with every possible bit of bundle box art for arch enemies Skylanders Trap Team and Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Superheroes.

See all the latest screens, artwork & box art on The Wall

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