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Super Stardust HD Gets New DLC |

Three years since its release, Super Stardust HD, one of the PSN’s top-selling titles, is still getting new content from its developers (in fact, this game was the first game to feature Trophies and they got it 3D support last year). Sometime this Spring, the new Impact mode DLC will be released. Here are some details on the new mode:

The Impact mode plays on and twists the game rules – in place of the weapon system your ship is now fitted with an experimental new matter-to-energy boost engine technology, which means once you activate the boost, you can stay in boost as long as you can hit meteors and enemies with it!

This mode also features much higher score multipliers – as long as you boost the multiplier keeps growing and growing! This is the most fast-paced and adrenaline inducing add-on to the game yet.

Sounds like the new add-on will be making the game pretty intense. Any of you still play the game to this day? I still think it’s one of the top titles on PSN myself.


  • pedro

    I have to write an article about DLC content.

  • Love this game….but it makes my eyeballs sweat.

  • Haven’t played this in ages, but it was a lot of fun. Might be picking this up.

  • It’s new to SS:HD, but it’s not exactly new. The PSP version has had this mode for ages.

  • gmiga76

    Best return on investment I have ever made on PSN (I am not purchasing a lot of games) . I love the balance old game play and 3D . Asteroid on steroids ! . Music are also nice. I agree this game is killing eyes quickly … but it is really nice to see all those asteroids on screen !. Different kind of game . An excellent “small” game.

  • ye played this on the PSP version is good fun missed it when i bought the PS3 version glad its coming tho

  • Beastxjason

    I want to see it in 3d. Has to be crazy! Solid title. Let us hope that Dead Nation gets the same treatmeant

  • hobbes

    I’d like to get this.. sounds great.

  • sounds really interesting. I do appreciate the title, but I’ll probably have to learn how to play it all over again. it’s probably been two years since I last fiddled with it, and the game is hardcore.