Love the adrenaline rushing through your veins while playing GTR Evolution? It’s inevitable, especially when you play the best racing games on your console or PC on a lazy Sunday afternoon. With superb visuals, awesome stereo sound and realistic effects, a racing game can certainly offer endless fun and excitement. But, the first racing game wasn’t that exciting or graphically appealing. It was however released way back in the mid-70s and is considered the father of all racing titles of today. The game was called Gran Trax and it was released by Atari in 1974.
In the 1980s and 1990s, the racing genre of video games underwent a change from arcade to simulation. The credit goes to Geoff Crammond, who developed the Grandprix series, which became the first attempt venture into the simulation world. Today, there are numerous racing video games mainly divided into two sub-genres – arcade racers and racing simulators.
Whether it’s Windows, your PlayStation 2 console or your Android phone, there are plenty of racing titles available for every platform. This guide has everything a racing fanatic needs, from the best racing titles for the iPod Touch to the best free online racing games. It also features the most anticipated game reviews of popular racing game titles, such as Need for Speed, GTR Evolution, Grand Prix and many others.
GTR Evolution Screenshots © Atari/SimBim
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