Circuit Superstars Gets Into Gear On PC and Console

Circuit Superstars, the micro sized racing sim from Square Enix, is finally off the starting line and available across PC and Consoles.

It’s time to get in the driving seat as Square Enix Collective, the indie arm of the Final Fantasy behemoth, puts the pedal down for the release of a very different experience. Available now, Circuit Superstars is a small time arcade racer with some big aspirations. Following in the tracks of early top down arcade classics the team at Original Fire Games has downsized the trackside experience and unleashed incredible action across PC, via Steam, and Xbox One. PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch will have to keep the hand brake on with plans to release the title on other platforms in the future.

Simple to pickup up but difficult to master, this seemingly simple racer celebrates generations of multi-disciplinary motorsport. Featuring a huge variety of vehicles from across the eras of racing and a wealth of different tracks, this won’t be as simple as pressing go. Whether it is at the helm of an F1 car or a motocross racer each car and track has its own nuance and could take hours of careful coercion to perfect. Players picking up the gauntlet, or racing gloves will get to try out everything from Rallycross, Open wheel single seaters, SuperTrucks, GT racing, Eurotrucks, and more. In the meantime, the arcade style physics and bright on screen persona will keep players entertained.

19 tracks across 13 different locations play host to Free Play, Grand Prix, Online Multiplayer, and Time Trial modes in this new race to victory. If you loved the bright action and arcade noises of Hotshot Racing then this top down experience is likely to keep you enthralled for some time to come. You can check out more about Circuit Superstars now on the official website and pick up the game for a diminutive £14.99 or local equivalent.

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For those of you who I’ve not met yet, my name is Ed. After an early indoctrination into PC gaming, years adrift on the unwashed internet, running a successful guild, and testing video games, I turned my hand to writing about them. Now, you will find me squawking across a multitude of sites and even getting to play games now and then

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