Slips a bit, but still enjoyable People can get restless for another entry in their dream franchise. For many years, Ridge Racer was the dominant racing game for some, offering up a sense of style with a selection of great tracks, and fun cars.
But in a... read feature
It's not the next-gen Ridge Racer I wanted, but we'll take what we can get. Namco Bandai has announced that mobile racer Ridge Racer Slipstream will come to the App Store and Google Play this month.
Expect a full Caree... read
Kohta Takahashi has been one of Namco's more prolific composers over the years, having a hand in crafting the sugary sweet yet catchy Klonoa soundtracks as well as being lead composer for the Ridge Racer series beginning with... read
A new Ridge Racer is on the way and it's going to be free-to-play. Driftopia will be out later this year for the PlayStation 3 and PC, and will see players racing, drifting, and smashing into each other as they compete for stuff to do stuff with stuff. read
No, it will never get old. NEVER.
OverClocked ReMixer Joshua Morse has organized a jazz-electronica fusion celebration of Namco's Ridge Racer series. He was assisted by a pair of fine young gentlemen with wonderful first name... read
As a nice complement to Square Enix's Final Fantasy sale this week, Namco Bandai also has some discounts for PlayStation gamers going live soon. This is an assorted bunch, with the clear highlight being Artorias of the Abyss ... read
Bugbear Entertainment knows a thing or two about cars crashing into one another. As the studio behind the FlatOut franchise, they've shown they can create a driving game that melds crazy excitement with solid handling.
Ridge ... read feature
Namco Bandai's devotion to bringing The iDOLM@STER to everything it can get its hands on isn't just limited to fighter jets. Now its coming to race cars, specifically the ones in Ridge Racer Vita. In the grand trad... read
Ridge Racer Unbounded won't be making its March release as originally planned. The Xbox 360, PC, and PlayStation 3 game is now set for a North American launch this year to give the development team some "additional time to pa... read
Here's a developer diary from the team at Bugbear Entertainment, currently working on Ridge Racer Unbounded. There are cars, they go fast and the level editor they show off looks like a great execution. They also released a ... read
Another PlayStation machine is about to launch, and with it comes another Ridge Racer, of course.
The new installment for PlayStation Vita is somewhat of an oddity. I can't remember a time when my opinion of a game had ever b... read feature
You'll have to squint and lean closer to the screen to see what's going on in this new Japanese trailer for PlayStation Vita launch game Ridge Racer. There's all kinds of craziness obscuring what looks to be footage of Vita'... read
Hey guys, it's Riiiiidge Racer! Namco Bandai has announced that Ridge Racer Unbounded will hit shelves on March 6, 2012. Yeah, I know the Wii U is also on its way for next year, but this one won't be a launch title. Crazy, I... read
Last night, a number of PlayStation Vita launch titles were priced for Japan, bringing with it the good news that digital versions will be cheaper than physical versions -- something that the PSPgo utterly failed to do. A num... read
When the Vita was first announced earlier this year I was able to play around with a tease experience for the next Ridge Racer title. I was hoping to see more of the game at Tokyo Game Show this year, and I was able to, but t... read feature
Since I hadn't caught up with Finish developers BugBear since I was in Dubai, gamescom was the perfect opportunity to take a look at the latest announcements for Ridge Racer: Unbounded.
This time we take a look at ... read feature
When we met with BugBear at E3 to get a sneak peek at Ridge Racer Unbounded, the end of their presentation teased some kind of online component where creation and sharing of custom tracks and cities. I was sold. Now they've ... read feature
Despite Nintendo panicking about the 3DS adoption rate and fears of third party abandonment, one company can claim to be doing quite well on the faltering handheld. Namco Bandai has enjoyed considerable success on the 3DS, wi... read