Slightly Mad Studios confirms that they’re waiting on new Nintendo hardware because Project Cars is “too much for the Wii U.”
After receiving tons of hate from Nintendo fans for dropping the Wii U version of Project CARS, developer Ian Bell has some choice words...
Slightly Mad Studios says the Wii U version of Project Cars was always up in the air because of Nintendo’s hardware.
Amazon Germany has listed a pre-order page for Project CARS, but the Wii U version of the game is missing.
Slighty Mad Studios has delayed Project CARS by yet another month, with no mention of the Wii U version given in the delay announcement.
A cock-pit comparison shows a real-life cockpit compared to Project CARS on a real racing track and the results are stunning.
Slightly Mad Studios has announced that all versions of Project Cars have been delayed until 2015.
Project CARS developer says the Wii U version isn’t 1080p, but fans shouldn’t worry.
Creative director at Slightly Mad Studios discusses why Project Cars for Wii U is delayed to 2015.
Bandai Namco have announced that the Wii U version of Project Cars won’t be released until 2015.
Here’s a look at the European box art for Project Cars, coming to Wii U this November.
Slightly Mad Studios and Bandai Namco have teamed up to distribute Project CARS, coming this November.
Slightly Mad Studios believes they can show what Nintendo’s console is truly capable of.
Andy Tudor of Slightly Mad Studios tells us he can hear the fans of realistic racing games crying for the game on the Wii...
Slightly Mad studios shows off what a real F1 race track looks like in the game versus the real thing.
Slightly Mad Studios have released a new trailer for Project Cars showing off new tracks and cars.
Project Cars developer Andy Tudor talks about how his team is ensuring the Wii U version of the game is unique.