HIGH The insane sense of speed and beautiful graphics.
LOW The handling, course design and traps.
WTF The tutorial automatically loads every time the game starts.
I know. I know. Project CARS 2 came out in September of last year. What little dust Slightly Mad’s racing sim sequel kicked up has settled, and the rest of the game-playing world has moved on to bigger and better things. Monster Hunter World or Shadow of the Colossus, anyone? But Project CARS 2 has haunted me.
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