Today on Highlight Reel we have a high speed escape, Nathan Drake shenanigans, a fanciful horse, and much more!
When I was a kid I had a slot car racing set, but not many friends, so I used to play against myself with a controller in both hands. If only the robotic race cars of Anki Overdrive had been around back then.
The Peel P50 three-wheeled microcar, which is the smallest production automobile in the world, certainly won’t stop the GTA V train, but it’s pretty much good for everything else.
Holy shit. This feels like it could have come straight out of The Matrix or something.
R0cket League, a ridiculously fun mashup of driving and soccer (seriously!), has taken the Internet by storm. The unexpected popularity has ravaged the game’s servers. Despite constant downtime, it hasn’t stopped vehicular sports fans from coming back over and over.
This is The Autobots. It’s due out next month in Chinese theaters. The Autobots, eh? But it’s not just the title that seems familiar...
Last weekend, over a dozen players met up in GTA Online. They were all in decked out in trucks, jeeps, and other rugged four-wheel vehicles. They had one goal in mind: to cross the entirety of the Los Santos wilderness—rivers, mountains, forests and all.
What folks really want to do in GTA Online—and most heavily populated multiplayer games, really—is stand out. Y'know, show off some skills or styles that not just everybody can flaunt. So, this floating car glitch will probably interest many people. You'll need a friend to pull it off, though.
Just look at that. Do it! It's called the 7-Eleven Limited Evangelion Orochi. It's not only incredibly ugly, but incredibly rare. It's also the most expensive item 7-Eleven has ever offered for sale. That's right, 7-Eleven.
Sure, the Fallout games have let players command a few cars before. But none of them are nearly as cool as the cars showcased during Wasteland Weekend, a festival dedicated to the post-apocalypse.
While Hatsune Miku has been used in awkward American Toyota ads, the virtual idol is getting her own Daihatsu car in Japan. Like, an official car.
You are not watching an episode of anime Initial D. This isn't a video game! Here's a look at underground drifting in Gunma Prefecture, Japan.
The above footage is not from a movie or a TV drama. It's real. And thankfully, no one was seriously hurt.
Heads-up displays in cars are nothing new, but Jaguar wants to blow right past simply displaying a crude speedometer on your windscreen. They want to turn your car into a video game.
It had been the worst day in a string of very, very bad days. I was desperate and angry and sad and getting drunker by the second. I hugged a bottle of vodka like a safety blanket, but it gave me nothing in return. No sympathy, no warmth. "Maybe I'll just go for a drive," I thought. "Yes, I should go for a drive."
In California there’s always a Full Throttle sunset waiting for me in the middle of the road.
Remember the Little Tikes Cozy Coupe? Maybe you used to drive one around as a kid, Flintstones style, or maybe you knew someone else that did. Well, one man decided to supersize the iconic red toy car and make it into a real car.
Here's a video game fact for you: crashing into virtual cars never gets old; from Destruction Derby on PlayStation to Burnout I've always loved smashing into cars. Next Car Game may not even have an actual title yet, but damn is smashing up cars into a pulp a beautiful experience. Which is made ever so more beautiful…
Race and stunt driver Ken Block is the master of gymkhana. Don't know what gymkhana is? It's this video. In which he propels a car around a "track" like it had been built in a video game and he'd done nothing but play it for ten months straight.
Ever since its debut in the third Grand Theft Auto, the Banshee has been an iconic part of each game's stable of vehicles. So, of course, it makes total sense for someone to go and recreate it in real life.