If you've never played Reckless Racing 2, odds are you've taken the helm of similar games in the past. Players are given control of a vehicle viewed from above as it bashes its way around a dirt track with other cars.
Sony Ericsson recently partnered up with noted car hacker James Brighton to create a real-life version of Reckless Driving 2 using a pair of droptop MG models and Sony's new Xperia Studio smartphone.
A popular smartphone racing game has been made life sized, with game controls piloting actual cars on a real dirt track. The makers of Reckless Racing 2 partnered with Dr. James Brighton of Cranfield University to remotely control a... Read Post
When Sony Ericsson officially unveiled its Xperia Play handset, the first Android handset to feature full gaming controls, Sony’s Kazuo Hirai teased us with the announcement that it would launch with one “classic” PlayStation One ti... Read Post