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Micro Machines World Series is a shot of gaming nostalgia - Top Gear

Nostalgia is big business. You only have to look at the reanimation of The Crystal Maze, Baywatch and the Alpine A110 to realise that we're all living in a state of cosy, reassuring arrested development. It's hardly surprising, then, that Codemasters ...and more »

Micro Machines World Series review: Just about scratching that nostalgic itch - The Independent

Nostalgia, it ain't what it used to be. Although in the videogame world it still does okay, with an entire section of the industry propped up by our lust for the old, from classic remasters, to entire consoles like the recently announced SNES Mini ...and more »

Micro Machines: World Series review – Mega Driven - Metro

Codemasters revamp the classic Mega Drive racers for the modern age, but does the top-down multiplayer still have the old charm? With all the excitement over the Classic Mini SNES at the moment, there's been much speculation about what would have to be ...and more »

Review: Micro Machines World Series - Hardcore Gamer

Codemasters has been associated with the Micro Machines license longer than many modern-day gamers have been alive. Since 1991, they have created some of the most enjoyable multiplayer-focused racing games that have spawned countless imitators. Digital ...and more »

Micro Machines: World Series - Gamereactor UK

If, like us, you've got fond memories of huddling around a small square screen as deep as it was wide, racing pixelated cars on twisting tracks that punished even the slightest mistake, then you were probably looking forward to playing Micro Machines ...and more »

Micro Machines World Series Review – PS4 - PlayStation Universe

After Micro Machines V4 on the PlayStation 2 in 2006, it's been a long time coming for a return to the crazy arcade antics of the little toy car vehicles (Toybox Turbos aside), and now the frantic nature of Codemaster's gaming Micro Machines has ...and more »

Watch: 'Micro Machines World Series' skips the simulation for group fun - Autoweek

Sometimes you have to put down the racing simulators and play some real video games. As much as we love "Gran Turismo Sport," "Dirt 4," "Project Cars" and the "F1" series, it's good to shake off the cobwebs in some multiplayer, "Mario Kart"-style ...and more »

The legend is back as Micro Machines World Series slams on to Xbox One, PS4 and PC - TheXboxHub (blog)

If you remember caning it around the kitchen and pool table with your toy cars back in the day, then today is going to be a huge trip back down memory lane. For Codemasters are back – and they're bringing the iconic Micro Machines with them! Available ...and more »

Micro Machines World Series is Out Now For Xbox One - XboxAchievements

Today sees the release of Micro Machines World Series for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, heralding a long-awaited return for the king of diddy top-down racers, with a mixture of classic fan-favourite content and all-new additions, including the new ...and more »

'Micro Machines World Series' Is A Fun Throwback Game - UPROXX

Part of the reason Micro Machines were such beloved toys was their Nintendo game. Developed by racing experts Codemasters, the game had the witty conceit that you were racing through human-sized environments in teeny little cars. Now, a quarter century ...and more »