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Gravity Crash Details |

You like those old arcade games like Asteroids or Lunar Lander (or even a lot of those old shooters from the 80s)? Back then, space was black and white :P. This game is supposed to be like a retro throwback to simple, yet fun, games like that, and it looks to capture that nostalgic feel quite well. The game is being developed by JAW and is looking very promising, and I can’t wait to get my hands on it myself! Here are some details from the PS3 version of the game:

  • 40 Single player levels (Including secret ones)
  • 5 Major Boss Battles
  • 4 Special weapons
  • 3 weapon upgrades
  • 3 Multiplayer modes (details to come)
  • 12 Multiplayer maps
  • Build and share levels over PSN, using the level editor.

Nearly all of the levels on the game were created using the level editor, which is cool, and, in that sense, is kind of like LittleBigPlanet. You can see how some of that works in the trailer above.

As far as other information goes, it runs at 1080P at a solid 60FPS, so that should convince a few people out there that it might be worth checking out. Also, as far as the multiplayer portion goes, the developers have confirmed that it’s local split screen. There isn’t any online multiplayer for the game. As far as a release date goes, nothing was stated on that, but I’d expect it within the next couple of months maybe.

For more information as to how the game came to be and a few other details, check the original posting at the Official PlayStation Blog.

  • JimmyMagnum

    I almost messed this up with that first paragraph where it said:

    “and I canโ€™t wait to get my hands on it myself!”

    I almost forgot the word “it” lmao

  • Looks like a another great unique title for the PSN ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Loving the look of this – I used to love Thrust on my Commodore 64. I think I’ll be getting both the PS3 and PSP versions of this!

  • No Kill Tayler

    Pixeljunk Shooter…anyone?
    I’m dwnloading both.

  • JimmyMagnum

    PJS looks sweet as well, but does it have a level creator like this? That’d be killer if it did. I love these kinds of games. Super Stardust HD is one of my favs, Everyday Shooter is pretty good too.