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Project CARS- PC

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews of Project CARS- PC. The average rating for this product is 4.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. People really like the design. Some have doubts about the story and controls.

design

reliability, single player, controls, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Project CARS- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Mike Suskie (gamecritics.com)

Project CARS Review

 

Where can the racing sim go that it hasn't already gone? What new ideas can be presented in a genre bound by realism? We've perfected the mechanics, and the technical leaps are getting smaller and smaller by the year. Next to the overwhelming...

California One

Karting

Overall, Project CARS is... fine. I suspect it'd be superb to anyone who's never delved into a serious racing sim before, but it brings too little new to the table for someone like me who's already gotten a bit bored with the big-name offerings in this...

May, 2015

Expert review by : Austin Walker (gamespot.com)

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Project CARS doesn't have any unlockables. You don't amass a fleet of high-performance vehicles. You don't buy any new drivetrains or earn prototype engines. You can choose to work your way through a long career of tiered racing events, but even this...

Deep tuning system offers tons of customization Open-ended career mode lets you play what you want, when you want Beautiful lighting and weather effects bring the tracks to life The driving feels great

Little to no guidance on complex mechanics A handful of very bad glitches and inconsistent AI mar the single player Small multiplayer community makes it hard to find a race sometimes

That’s Project CARS at its best. No experience points. No parts to buy. No cars to add to your collection. The audacious decision to offer everything up front informs the rest of Project CARS’s design, making it distinct (and sometimes frustrating)....

May, 2015

Expert review by : Justin Towell (gamesradar.com)

Project CARS review

 

When it all works, Project CARS is so good, it may as well be reality. One Touring Car race I had around Barcelona in the blazing sunshine was so utterly convincing, I felt like I'd actually been there. Even with 30 exquisitely-detailed cars jostling...

At times, it looks as good as real life; Superb weather system; Open-ended structure means no unlocking; Immensely satisfying when you finally win

Inconsistent quality across events; The AI needs a refresher course in how to drive safely

When it works, Project CARS is unbelievably good. But overly-aggressive AI, odd collision physics, imperfect pad controls and several bugs mean it's just shy of greatness.

May, 2015

Expert review by : Joaby (ausgamers.com)

Project CARS Review

 

There's something about being able to jump into a random car on a random track to just race -- against yourself, against AI and against others -- that I haven't seen in a long time...

May, 2015

Expert review by (game-debate.com)

Project CARS

 

FRANCHISE MODE allows you to carve out a personalized career starting in the Karting world and then progressing on to whichever motorsport specialization you prefer including Rally, Touring Cars, Open-Wheel, GT, Le Mans, and many more!

Feb, 2013