Absolute Drift

Absolute Drift

So, here it is. My review.

At time of posting, I have all the achievements and have 50 hours in the game.

First of all, just a general comment: I love this game. It has a great, smooth game engine and the controls are fairly easy to me. It wasn’t too hard to pick up, and learning some drifiting from Assetto Corsa and driving my Miata IRL, I can say that the physics are very realistic and it’s easy to apply those skills into this game.

Here’s a list for the TL:DR, and it’s at the top (you’re welcome):

Real player with 69.3 hrs in game

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I’ve had tears of joy playing this game to completion, which is a rarity, I will say.

Absolute Drift is a top down, minimalistic stunt driving game. Your goal: become a master drifter, by refining the art of spinning out and smashing into walls controlling oversteer and burning rubber.

For the aesthetics: it’s low poly, simple graphics, with most buildings and roads left white and untextured. Objects of interest are coloured red, blue or yellow. Your car leaves behind skidmarks wherever it goes, whether you slide or not, which allows for impressive drawings on tarmac, or a nice spiral when you catch some big air.

Real player with 65.7 hrs in game

Absolute Drift on Steam

Alaskan Truck Simulator

Alaskan Truck Simulator


Get behind the wheel of a mighty truck and jump into the boots of the Alaskan truckers, challenge and be challenged by one of the harshest and dangerous environments.

Alaskan Truck Simulator is a unique game that blends the well-known simulators’ classics with the ruthless environment of Alaska and elements of survival. Buckle up, we are about to set off for the proper adventure!

What comes to your mind when you think of Alaska? Endless wastelands, towering peaks, harsh winters, and sunny spring-like meadows. Alaska is a unique place to explore. How to do it better than driving a truck across the entire state? Experience changing weather, vehicles’ behavior on snow, cross the uneven roads, and find out how is your truck’s condition affected by harsh climate or the driver itself –this is just to name a few elements of the game.

It would be a dreamy world if you could carelessly drive around Alaska, but let’s be real, you need these bucks to fuel your truck and feed yourself, ain’t you?

Let’s start with a few cargoes. In order not to take the fun out of driving, while progressing in the game you will gain access not only to the better trucks or equipment but also to the more challenging missions. Anyway, no matter the prestige of your mission, always drive with cautious as you may lose your cargo, damage your truck and finally, end up with debt instead of earning.

You are here for a bit of adrenaline too, right?

We want to show by our game the bond between man and the machine, what shows it better than exploring the basic needs of both? You will need to pay attention to the stats management as well for yourself as for your vehicle. Hungry, tired, out of fuel or with a broken tire - take care of all the difficulties you can encounter on the road!

Among many features:

  • Dynamic weather system with Day/Night cycle

  • Vast interactive environment to explore

  • A dynamic economy based on jobs, ranks, and performance

  • Survival system

  • Useful knowledge to gain and mysteries to discover

  • Crafting, upgrading, repairing

  • Multiple roads, routes, and wastelands to conquer in your truck

Check out another great game which is being developed in cooperation with Discovery Channel:



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Alaskan Truck Simulator on Steam

Forza Horizon 4

Forza Horizon 4


? 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 184.6 hrs in game

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I absolutely love racing games. It’s not reflected on my Steam profile very well, but the racing genre is easily one of my favourites, and has been since I was very young. I experienced countless different titles on the Xbox and PS2 when I was still primarily a console gamer. From bigger names like Need for Speed and Gran Turismo, to plenty of other lesser known titles like Crash ‘n’ Burn, L.A. Rush, Midtown Madness 3 and so many more, I spent countless hours messing around in those early open worlds and improving my lap times. Most Wanted 2005 is easily my favourite racing title, with a great map and sense of progression, intense and rewarding cop chases, and an all-time great soundtrack; I didn’t think anything could ever top it…until I played Forza Horizon 4.

Real player with 145.1 hrs in game

Forza Horizon 4 on Steam

Need for Speed™ Rivals

Need for Speed™ Rivals

after playing this game for a long while and completing both campaigns, I’ll say that this NFS game has become one of my newest favorites and now rivals Hot Pursuit 2010/Remastered for my favorite NFS game of all time.

However, for the first time in an NFS game, i actually enjoy the Cop side more than the Racer side in this game.

Usually, when it comes to an NFS game with both a Racer & Cop side, i usually tend to enjoy the Racer side more. Racers always felt more intensifying due to the fact you were basically running for your life. But most cop AIs were easy to overcome once you learned their patterns.

Real player with 42.4 hrs in game

gameplay wise this game has a really great concept + its quite enjoyable

there are somethings that are really improper tho,

like theres no offline mode & 30fps cap

there are many bugs too but they can be removed mostly by simply moving the game to a ssd rather than a hdd.

Real player with 18.2 hrs in game

Need for Speed™ Rivals on Steam

Street Racing Syndicate

Street Racing Syndicate

Street Racing Syndicate is an arcade racing game, created on the wave of astonishing success of the Need for Speed Underground. There were plenty of them back in the days, but only a few deserves our attention after all those years passed. If you need comparisons, I’d say that SRS is more realistic than NFS Underground 1 & 2, and have some unique features to hold player’s interest - the most noticeable, the down-to-earth system of upgrades, and, of course, girls. Girls who encouraging the player with the original driving quests, and awards with private go-go dances, once you achieve something on the streets.

Real player with 76.5 hrs in game


  • Great atmosphere, it’s up there with Juiced 1 and Underground 1 as far as giving you a real import tuner feel goes.

  • Customisation is licensed, featuring well known brands such as VeilSide, C-West, Wings West, Streetglow and more.

  • Performance parts are also licensed, featuring well known brands such as AEM, Holley, Yokohama, GReddy, HKS and more.

  • Includes features that Need for Speed overlooked, such as betting on races and crew races.

  • Most of the import brands you expect are present, i.e Nissan, Toyota, Mitsubishi, etc.

Real player with 51.0 hrs in game

Street Racing Syndicate on Steam

The Long Drive

The Long Drive

Relaxing. Fun and satisfying physics. Satisfying car handling. Freedom of exploration, and medium freedom in car setups and mixing of components. Someone said is more like a tech demo at this point. While it can definitely be defined that way specially due to the very sandboxy setting, it can be way more than that, depending on your approach to the game.

While definitely not for everyone, its the perfect game for goofing around, RolePlaying, or just relaxing with the driving sim mechanics after a long work day.

Real player with 381.5 hrs in game

Overall, great driving game.

Discover vehicles, install and combine parts.

Updates are occasional but devs surely keep working on the game.

If you’re tired from action and want some chill drive, with some podcasts or audiobooks on the background, this game is for you.

Real player with 279.1 hrs in game

The Long Drive on Steam

The Henchmen

The Henchmen

The Game

The Henchmen is a pulp-inspired, 90s fueled top-down, action retro open-world game. Set in the fictional city of New Queens, The Henchmen blends classic PS1-era games experiences, such as Driver and the first Grand Theft Auto with a modern approach, producing a unique experience.

The game is also designed from the ground up to be a co-operative experience, as the game can be played both in single-player and local 2 players co-op (both shared screen and split-screen), with story elements and missions changing depending on the number of players.

The Story

During the late sixties, the Castellano Mafia family had complete control over the City of New Queens: They Controlled the guns, drugs, and sex workers that roamed the streets.

This started to change, however, as the Homura Yakuza Syndicate started to chip away at The Castellano empire in the late 1970.

Anthony, the new leader of the family, is forced to rely on his henchmen to get back what was his, starting a bloody gang war in the streets of New Queens.

The game is set in two time periods: In the 1970s you play as Rachel, a young single mother who wants to quit the gangster life for the sake of her daughter, while also being both Castellano’s best gun and lover.

In the 1990s, you deal with the aftermath of the gang wars, as you take control of Samuel, an ex-army man who left his job to help his brother Jamal who owes money to the wrong kind of people.

What we’re planning:

-8 to 10 hours long main campaign

-Entire game playable in both singleplayer and local two players co-op

-Original Soundtrack and cutscene artwork

-Explore the city in its two time periods: A snowy 1970s rendition and a hot, more modern 1990s version.

-Indoor and outdoor fights, with both melee weapons and firearms

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The Henchmen on Steam

Til Nord

Til Nord

Nominated as Game of the Year!

Til Nord is fabulously beautiful and a lot of fun.

The feel of the ride is quite good, though it seems more of my wipe-outs should be killing me when they’re not. When a wipe-out is as funny as it is in this game, I wouldn’t mind seeing a few more of them.

The ‘missions’ you are tasked with are fun, if few. The races are all quite fun and a bit challenging, but not overly so.

The scenery is incredible; just don’t give it close-up scrutiny in most places. Take in the full view, which is jaw-droppingly amazing.

Real player with 48.6 hrs in game

Driving a snowmobile through snowy Norway. An enjoyable experience for free!


In Til Nord you are free to explore the snowy Norwegian mountains. There is a mission-chain which can be spotted easily by the huge vertical waypoints, that the game uses to guide the way. The missions explore most of the area.

There are also races, that unlock other races when you finish with any time. All races also have an achievement for beating a certain time. This time is pretty sharp, and gives a true challenge to beat! The only time we couldn’t beat was the ‘junkyard race’, while some took many attempts.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Til Nord on Steam

City Car Driving

City Car Driving

Very nice and relaxing driving game even though it’s on the older side of things. Better to play if you have a steering wheel/controller.

Real player with 59.2 hrs in game

I was initially impressed by this game but the lack of the ability to have UK road rules and signs is disappointing. I also cannot pass the road test for the life of me. Constantly fail because speed limit says 60 but fails me when i go over 50kmph, and cant get past the second roundabout due to driving on “forbidden lanes” when exiting. I have since seen youtube videos where the drivers do EXACTLY WHAT I AM DOING and manage to get past the roundabout. 0/10 until i can actually progress through the game and some decent content is added. To add insult to injury i must’ve bought it for 20 quid 2 days before it went on sale and now its only 2.

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

City Car Driving on Steam

Forza Horizon 5

Forza Horizon 5

CyberForza 2077

Real player with 512.0 hrs in game

–-{ Graphics }—

☐ You forget what reality is

☑ Beautiful

☐ Good

☐ Decent

☐ Bad

☐ Don‘t look too long at it


—{ Gameplay }—

☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ It’s just gameplay

☐ Mehh

☐ Watch paint dry instead

☐ Just don’t

—{ Audio }—

☐ Eargasm

☑ Very good

☐ Good

☐ Not too bad

☐ Bad

☐ I’m now deaf

—{ Audience }—

☑ Kids

☑ Teens

☑ Adults

☑ Grandma

—{ PC Requirements }—

☐ Check if you can run paint

☐ Potato

☑ Decent

☐ Fast

☐ Rich boi

☐ Ask NASA if they have a spare computer

—{ Difficulty }—

Real player with 473.1 hrs in game

Forza Horizon 5 on Steam