Holy crapping ballsacks, we have a new DiRT game that has been made available exclusively through Steam's Early Access mode. This was not what I was expecting. Codemasters have said that they are focusing entirely on rally, longer stages, more stages, more everything apparently.
Codemasters promised that DiRT 3 would be moving to Steamworks at the start of the year and there is still no sign of it, but apparently the process of migrating from GFWL to Steamworks is well under way.
Codemasters have never stated that they're do a re-imagining of Micro Machines but it is pretty clear that Toybox Turbos is definitely based off the classic franchise.
Codemasters have teamed up with Valve to offer PC players a very special version of the Demolition Derby gamemode.
A new patch has been released for GRID Autosport today which finally includes the promised rear-view mirror that was mentioned all the way back in July.
What are Codemasters up to lately then? Well, a brand new game similar to that of the classic Micro machines from the '90s. Interesting.
Codemasters seem to realise that they have dun goofed up as they are offering a refund to anyone that bought the "new" Colin McRae Rally.
Now when it comes to reviews on this site you will notice that we give games a fair chance, and then end up writing a 5 page essay as a review about a week after we've got a copy of the game.
The original Colin McRae Rally has been released on Steam today, which was a very unexpected announcement.