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TEE’d OFF! Project CONS & Slightly MAD Defenders


The “defense” of this debacle has become Slightly Mad FOOS!

Source: Mizzah Tee

Slightly Mad Studios Apologizes for Project Cars’ Wii U Cancellation, Looking Forward to NX

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Project Cars on Wii U is officially cancelled. Slightly Mad Studios has apologized for not releasing the game on the system, but says they look forward to a future hardware announcement from Nintendo.

“Despite much perseverance on the Wii U version of Project Cars, we will no longer be actively pursuing development on it as the quality does not meet our own high standards nor our intended vision for the title on this platform.”

“We eagerly look forward to any announcement of further hardware from Nintendo but right now Project Cars is simply too much for Wii U despite our very best efforts. Apologies to our Nintendo fans out there that have been waiting for further news on this but we have no desire to release a product that isn’t at the very least comparable with our highest-rated versions on other platforms. We optimistically look forward therefore to what the future may hold.”

Via: Nintendo Everything

Project Cars has sold more than 1 Million Copies Worldwide

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Slightly Mad Studios has announced that Project Cars has sold more than 1 million units worldwide. Ian Bell announced the news to Eurogamer today in a statement.

Slightly Mad Hopes and Integrity U-turns

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Slightly Mad Studios has made some public statements recently that have made Wii U owners, well…slightly mad. Unfortunately their claims don’t seem to hold much water. Ricard Julianti returns to PlayerEssence to do what he does best, get straight to the facts.

Project LIES

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Project CARS is probably cancelled for the Wii U. However, it seems the team has lied about the title dating back nearly two years ago. Subscribe to PlayerEssence for more awesome content.

The Project C.A.R.S Wii U Version Debacle: Zen’s Thoughts

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“Zen lays down what he believes is the real reasoning behind Slightly Mad Studios Wii U related announcement today. It’s an unpopular opinion, but that’s no reason to remain silent on the issue entirely.”

Wii U Version of Project CARS Having Performance Issues, Likely Cancelled and Heading to the NX


The Wii U version of Project Cars will likely be cancelled according to Slightly Mad Studios’ Ian Bell. In a series of posts on the official message board, Bell said the game is currently running at 23fps at 720p, which they aren’t happy with. Bell said they would have to scale down the graphics, or develop the game for the Nintendo NX. 

Project Cars (Digital Download PC) for $33.99 - Green Man Gaming


Project Cars just launched, but there is already a good PC deal on the game. You can go to Green Man Gaming for a digital code at $33.99. More details and info here.

Project Cars Technical Analysis (PS4, Xbox One & PC)

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Digital Foundry has analyzed the PS4, Xbox One and PC versions of Project Cars.  See their results past the link.

Project CARS Frame-rate Tests

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Project CARS launches soon on Xbox One and PS4, get the frame-rate analysis and tests from Digital Foundry below.

Project CARS (PC) Review Roundup - Looking Good! (83.83%)


The first batch of Project CARS reviews have begun to hit the web. Check out the scores below.

Project CARS - Multiplayer Trailer (60fps) [1080p]

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“In Project CARS online multiplayer, create your own public and private race weekends or join players all around the world to put your skill to the test. Will you be the first one to cross the finish line?”

Project Cars - Career Mode Trailer


Your career journey starts here! Create a driver and choose a starting point from a huge variety of motorsports on offer then shift into high gear to earn Accolades, gain Fans, sign Contracts, lock in Endorsement Deals, and chase Historic Goals. Climb the ranks and prove your dominance to gain the attention of other teams, win championships, and ultimately be inducted into the racing Hall Of Fame as a legend!

Project Cars - New PS4 Gameplay Footage

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Project Cars is finally launching this May on the PS4 and Xbox One. Checkout 14 minutes of gameplay from the title past the link.

Project Cars for Wii U and Steam OS will Launch “Later in 2015”


Some people might have been expecting Project Cars on Wii U to be cancelled since it hasn’t been showing up on retailer listings and the such, but that is not the case. Slighty Mad has revealed that Project Cars will launch “later in 2015” on Wii U and Steam OS. The PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game will launch this May.

Project Cars - First Xbox One Gameplay Footage


Check out the first footage of Project Cars running on the Xbox One.

Project CARS - More Gameplay Footage

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Check out more gameplay footage from Project CARS.

Project CARS Delayed to April 2nd

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Slighty Mad has pushed back the release date for Project CARS to April 2nd on PS4, Xbox One and PC. This date does not apply to the Wii U version which will come out some time after that. Get their full statement below.

Project Cars ‘Behind The Stripes’ Trailer


Check out this new Project Cars video titled ‘Behind The Stripes’.

Project Cars for PC, PS4, and Xbox One Delayed to 2015

Slightly Mad Studios have just confirmed that all versions of Project Cars will be delayed until 2015. The PC, PS4, and Xbox One versions of the game now have a new release date of March 20, 2015. No word yet on how this affects the Wii U release. Check out Slightly Mad’s official statement below.

Project CARS - Slightly Mad Gives Excuses for the Delay on Wii U


Slighty Mad Studios’ Andy Tudor sat down with Eurogamer to explain the Wii U delay of Project Cars.

Project Cars - Special Limited Edition Coming to Europe, First Trailer

Slightly Mad Studios has announced that Project Cars will be getting a limited edition. This special package comes with a host of unique cars and a behind-the-scenes book called “Project Cars: By Racers 4 Racers”. Get the full breakdown below.