Live show: Next Car Game and BeamNG.drive - destructoid

Live show: Next Car Game and BeamNG.drive

5:45 PM on 01.16.2014

Rick KingFoom Olson

Dtoid.TV Producer

An early access double feature of destruction

[Mash Tactics airs Monday through Friday at 4p.m. Pacific on Dtoid.TV. Watch Rick 'King Foom' Olson play a variety of games, each day with its own theme. With a heavy focus on community and viewer interaction, you can be as much a part of the show as anything else.]

Next Car Game? What kind of odd, generic name for a racing game is that? Wait, what, it's developed by Bugbear Entertainment, the people behind the FlatOut series, and it's got some absolutely jaw-dropping destruction physics to boot you say? Oh, ok, silly name aside, I'm sold.

Tonight on Mash Tactics, we'll be taking this early access demolition racer for a spin, and seeing what it's all about first hand. While there isn't much there at the moment, as it's pre-alpha, I will say that what is in the game, glorious highly detailed destruction, is kind of sight to behold. Once we're done crunching metal in that game, stick around as we showcase a bit of another early access racing title with insane car-crumpling detail, BeamNG.drive. Come by Dtoid.TV tonight, and see both of these games in action for yourself, it's bound to be a smashing good time.

QotD: What are your thoughts on early access games? 

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