Global Game Awards
Forza Motorsport 7 Project CARS 2 Gran Turismo Sport Dirt 4
Best Racing Game
Participating in adrenaline-fueled competition on a race track is not always possible, especially when you think of the multi-million dollar equipment required for Formula One. So the world of racing games is a much-needed way for us to get into the cockpit of a souped-up sports car or on the back of a motorbike. The Best Racing Award does not require a track race, but it definitely looks for games that bring the fast-paced thrill of competitive racing to our driving-gloved gaming mitts. These nominees will give us a good reason to break out our steering wheels, flight sticks or joypads and offer the rush of a racing simulation brought to life.
Gran Turismo Sport
While Microsoft is eager to dish out a new Forza experience every year like clock work, Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo games seem like much more major events in comparison. Four years since our last GT, Gran Turismo Sport upends the usual formula with a compulsive focus on online racing.
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Dirt 4
Dirt 4 didn’t reinvent the wheel, but it hardly needed to. Codemasters’ latest is a white-knuckle thrill ride for hardcore racing fans, offering up an eclectic selection of race modes, vehicles and tracks to sate the hunger of the speed freak in all of us.
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