Musclecar Online

Musclecar Online

This game takes me back to Indy 500 for the Atari 2600. It was so simple, yet whenever there’s competition, there’s interest. The trick is to run the race as efficiently as you can. It requires some experience, some experimentation, and some mental toughness to do it well.

I haven’t played this long, but I love that I can spend 10-15 minutes on this when I’m bored. Depending on how tough the competition is, I might spend more, or less. It’s perfect for people who don’t have a lot of time throughout the day to play a game.

Real player with 53.4 hrs in game

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Fun keyboard racer

Lots of car variations and unlimited player made tracks.

You start out with a bit of coin and two cars. You can use your coins to purchase other cars and/or variations of each one. There are also several tire choices for the variable track conditions to spend your coin on.

You earn more coins buy simpy turning laps, but you earn more when setting fast laps. So if you are within a certain percentage of the top time for the day, you are rewarded with coin. This is all sorted and tracked via the easy to use, in-game leader board. That said, earning coin is a bit of a grind at the beginning…not overbearing, but it pays to make smart purchases…you don’t want to be short on cash when in need of some rain tires. :)

Real player with 45.0 hrs in game

Musclecar Online on Steam

Rust Racers

Rust Racers

Rust Racers is a vehicle combat game without traditional weapons, a game based around utilizing your mobility, mass, momentum, and special abilities to destroy your enemies. The world is hostile, so are the enemies and this is where friendships come to die.

_Political discourse divided society and as the social contract eroded so did our world.

The United Corporate Government of the remaining world has seized control over the planet,

what’s left of it that is.

Production & population is tightly managed to maintain sustained growth throughout the

total collapse of the global ecosystem.

Operational parameters are overseen by The Corporate Authority, a General Purpose Artificial

Intelligence designed to manage human capital through deadly races.

Will you earn your right to live another day in the last city in the world or will your legacy be

reduced to another set of training data for a malevolent AI?_


Dive into the arena and battle swarms of equally trophy-hungry players!


Master the high mobility of jumps, boosts, and flight then use your vehicle’s momentum, mass, and unique special abilities to annihilate your opponents and be the last one standing.


Be the epicenter of chaos and dive carelessly into battle, or plan your actions to meticulous detail. Choose a playstyle that fits you and choose from a variety of vehicles and drivers to achieve victory. Customize your ironclad chariot and ride in style straight to the pits of hell!


Join our discord and get unique skins and titles as a reward for being an early supporter. Help us make this game reach its full potential!

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Rust Racers on Steam

CarX Drift Racing Online

CarX Drift Racing Online










Real player with 2833.1 hrs in game

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Nyoom but sideways. Quite fun and social in multiplayer, although you can play it alone too.

Has a good amount of vehicles with many decent bodykit options – CarX lets you customize each vehicle to better fit your style both visually and in terms of performance/handling. Has a livery editor but doesn’t seem to offer a way to reuse decals or share them with other players.

Doesn’t have that much content or extra incentives for you to play, but in a way.. that’s what makes it good. You launch the game because you want to drift.

Real player with 98.8 hrs in game

CarX Drift Racing Online on Steam

Hashiriya Drifter-Online Drift Racing Multiplayer (DRIFT/DRAG/RACING)

Hashiriya Drifter-Online Drift Racing Multiplayer (DRIFT/DRAG/RACING)

Absolutely love this game and its community. Only downside is that the concept is good, but the actual development is iffy.

Controller support (Xbox One controller anyway) is currently semi-support; there’s no way to change binds and the default key binds make no sense whatsoever.

As a mobile port, this game needs better graphics, more detailed interiors, genuine controller and wheel support.

I see this game to have a good future, but it needs some work.


It now has full controller support but no wheel support. Game is addictive and enjoyable!

Real player with 142.3 hrs in game

I’ve played Hashiriya Drifter for 2 years(probably started 2.5 years ago but i had to stop playing in between) and while it has been infested on mobile. the PC version is great! i don’t know why its mixed but it feels like this is a completely new game. The AI is solid but i wont hit you, it flies over you. grinding is WAY easier since campaign exists and its very addictive for me :D (way more points why its good but i’m to lazy to write em)

Real player with 107.6 hrs in game

Hashiriya Drifter-Online Drift Racing Multiplayer (DRIFT/DRAG/RACING) on Steam

Superstar Racing

Superstar Racing

i started playing SSR in 2011 after that i never really left playin it, SSR is a fantastic game with a lot of potential it has his flaws but still an amazing game to play if you like it, you can race with either keys or gamepad/wheel you have a lot of videos of fast racers in youtube, you can win rings by being top3 in each track of the GP and a TOP10 Jacket in each track of the GP, in the end of the GP u get clothes/helmets/bodies/crs rewards for your final placement in the tournament(GP), in the Daily Tournament(DT) you try to do as much points as you can in 45 minutes and compete with other racers, there’s 6 tiers the higher tier gives more points and better prizes, there are prizes for daily,weekly,monthly and yearly which are clothes/helmets/bodies and CRS, since 2017 we can buy VIP with CRS which means if you are a fast racer you can receive daily CRS from DT and buy VIP without wasting any money, there’s way more to talk about this game and his story and his darker years and mismanagement over the years but i hope with this steam release the game gets popular again as it was in his glory years (2008-2013) and the devs go in the right path again for the future of the game.

Real player with 1041.0 hrs in game

Hello! I have played Superstar Racing since 2009. More than a decade later, it has finally made its way to Steam. Since I’ve played the game for this long, I have a lot to say about this game.

As you can see in my review, I do not recommend this game. However, I do not recommend playing the game because of the game itself, but because of the mismanagement that occurs in the game amongst the owner, administrators, and other staff members, most notably the owner.

I must say, this game is quite enjoyable to play. For a person who is not particularly interested in Formula One, I can certainly play this game for hours on end without getting bored. There is quite a competition in the game, especially in this particular event, called the Grand Prix, that occurs year-round. At first, it might seem rather difficult to compete against the players who have been playing for years and years, but once you get over the learning curve of navigating around the game and learning the best methods of grinding points, you’ll be on your way to competing against others.

Real player with 229.3 hrs in game

Superstar Racing on Steam

The Crew™ 2

The Crew™ 2

After 50 hours, The Crew 2 has left me with a lot of wonderful memories. They aren’t filled with the kind of emergent stories you get from exploring an open world and its systems, nor are they moments that involve goofing around with strangers–The Crew 2 is lacking in both those aspects. Instead, my memories are filled with the game’s variety of vehicular activities and the wonderfully curated tracks: the unrealistic, the impossible, and the delightful.

It’s surprising to see just how much The Crew 2 differs from the original game. There’s been a noticeable shift in Ubisoft’s last few open-world titles, one that’s moving toward a focus on player-driven progression–large selections of optional activities, non-linear structures, rewards for doing just about anything–and The Crew 2 benefits significantly from this direction. The gritty crime angle from the original game is gone, and instead, The Crew 2 takes reams of pages from the book of Forza Horizon. The game centers on a nationwide festival of motorsports where you, a rookie, are poised to become the next big star. While the setup is conventional, and the focus on social media fame is obnoxious, what it brings to the game is a colorful and upbeat vibe, an impressive variety of different disciplines, and positively ridiculous arcade driving on land, water, and through the air.

Real player with 2473.2 hrs in game

Hey all,

I was looking forward to The Crew 2 since I absolutely loved The Crew 1 (check my review on that game), and usually I buy the most expensive deluxe pack of whatever sequel if the first game was good. For some reason I hesitated here and it turns out my intuïtion was correct.

Total score : 4/10 … If you want to know why, read on.

The Crew 2 is an arcade racer, in an online setting. This merely means you may see a few other players passing by while you are in the open world. Your results are measured against other players, but this really is a single player game, in instances vs the ghosts of your friendlist or against the AI. The feeling is completely arcade, with no damage or tuning. Basically you don’t even need to brake much.

Real player with 666.8 hrs in game

The Crew™ 2 on Steam

The Crew™

The Crew™

I love racing games. It’s been so long since I’ve been excited for an open-world racing gaming like this one. One that specifically caters to an aspect often discarded and ignored which is the love of free-drive and exploration. The Crew has its focus there as well as on racing. I was so looking forward to driving around different corners of the states, meeting other players, driving around with my friends and discovering new areas or car brands and acquiring crazy modifications along the way. It has many similarities with other common games such as Test Drive Unlimited 1 mixed with Burnout Paradise for speed, exploration and challenges.

Real player with 773.1 hrs in game

The game is quite fun, and I have spent many hours in it, and will probably spend more too. However… there are some pretty big caveats to this. The price for one; I have the Australia tax, and the base game costs $75USD, not including the exchange rate and everything. Then there is the DLC - each one is a pack of 4 extra cars, hardly worth the price considering they don’t really offer too much more. And then there are the Mi-crew-transactions. Seriously? Extra in-game micro transactions on an already pretty pricey Triple A release? There are two different forms of currency in-game, one which is solely earnt through missions, skills, and stunts. And then there are CREW CREDITS. You are given 100,000 reasonably early on in the game, but that’s not enough for anything good. And so… you are invited to use real life money to purchase these in order to quickly obtain cars or specs that you would otherwise spend countless hours grinding for. The grind for this game is pretty ridiculous - not only do you have to grind for in-game cash (unless you pay real money) for the cars, but then, upgrade those cars, you must complete skill challenges to acquire parts to improve your car… for each individual car. The best parts are also RNG based, so you could easily spend hours farming the same challenge to try and get that specific part you wanted.

Real player with 301.4 hrs in game

The Crew™ on Steam

Drift Streets Japan

Drift Streets Japan




Real player with 104.2 hrs in game


☐ You forget what reality is

☐ Beautiful

☐ Good

☑ Decent

☐ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it

☐ Paint.exe


☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ It‘s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☐ Starring at walls is better

☐ Just don‘t


☐ Eargasm

☐ Very good

☐ Good

☑ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ Earrape


☐ Kids

☑ Teens

☑ Adults

☑ Human

—{PC Requirements}—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☑ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boiiiiii

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer


Real player with 93.8 hrs in game

Drift Streets Japan on Steam

Peak Angle: Drift Online

Peak Angle: Drift Online

I have put about 80+ hours into this game before its steam release and I have to say it’s fantastic. I haven’t bought all the cars yet but the four I have (MK2, S13, GT86 and of course the Hachi-Roku) are all different in their handling and drift style/physics.

There are three main game modes

A quick race mode where you can select your track and if the other players are same the league (license) or free for all (no limits on league or car spec) and one for cars of similar spec. This is where you get your rating up, to gain higher leagues/licenses (you also earn money and experience)

Real player with 569.4 hrs in game

Any other PC drifting games with low-to-med spec requirements?

I don’t think so.


  • Very nice drifting physics

  • Quite a lot of cars, many still in development though

  • Not Pay2win

  • Vinyl system encourages creativity and allows you to replicate real life liveries (although with fictional aftermarket logos)

  • You compete against other people’s ghost record = no lag, no sync error, you can pause mid-match

  • Money farming isn’t tedious and slow

  • Car customization: body kits, rims, spoilers, vinyls and decals

Real player with 70.0 hrs in game

Peak Angle: Drift Online on Steam



There seems to be a lot of confusion on What iRacing is. Although it’s commonly called a ‘Racing Game’, it is really a Simulation Service. You don’t own the program, you purchase the rights to use the content. Very little of the program is stored on your computer, as most of it is handled by the iRacing servers.

Why no ‘trial version’? Well server time cost money, and hosting a solely massively multiplayer experience that is constantly improving is very expensive. However iRacing does provide a 50% one time discount for new members. You can try the service for 1 months for $6. not a limited scope version, but the total service! If you are not sure if a dedicated simulation service is for you, it’s a good way to get your feet wet.

Real player with 2537.3 hrs in game

Not for the casual gamer

It’s VERY expensive through Steam… and while maybe still expensive in your eyes its a lot cheaper buying directly through the Iracing website where they offert 40% or 50% deals ( they run those deals for a few months at a time ) for new subscribers. IF YOU BUY DIRECT FROM THE WEBSITE YOU STILL GET A STEAM KEY

it’s a service offered. Yes you play it and like any game and there is additional download content that you don’t ever need to buy. You do however need to subscribe to either a monthly, yearly, 2-yearly term then you can play using the free bundled cars and tracks while running the free series for those cars. That’s it and you do not need to buy anything more however like any business they offer other stuff at extra cost… the business model plays on the fact that you are more than likely going to want what you don’t have while the other folks you normally play with are playing with some of that additional content. it is shamefully addictive

Real player with 1287.0 hrs in game

iRacing on Steam