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When they started showing Driveclub at the PS4 unveiling, I was sure it was Gran Turismo 6, but it wasn’t. Driveclub, from Evolution Studios, looks really, really good. Check out the reveal trailer here!
“Driveclub is a next generation, socially …
MotorStorm RC was released in the UK on 22nd February 2012, with the title making it’s way over the Atlantic to North America on 6th March 2012 – Evolution Studios proved that small cars can make it big on both the PS3 and PlayStation Vita gaming formats.
The British game studio have done it again by announcing a fantastic, action packed DLC with the US being able to get their greasy gaming mits on the new PRO-Am pack today and the UK/EU region having the opportunity to get their teeth into this highly addictive outing tomorrow!
Although I’m currently unsure what the DLC price will be in the US (I’ll update this post as soon as I find out), the UK/EU DLC is priced very reasonably at £2.49/€2.99.
Update: The DLC in the US is priced at $2.99.
Just like the original game, you only have to pay once to be able to play this DLC across both the PS3 and the PlayStation Vita.
For full details on what you’re getting with the DLC, please visit the EU PlayStation Website. Don’t forget to check out the video below for a blood-rushing DLC trailer!
If you’ve played any of the MotorStorm games on the PlayStation 3, you’re in for a real treat. Previous iterations of this ever popular franchise have provided gamers with many hours of entertainment, and now this monster of a game reaches out to MotorStorm fans on PlayStation’s newest arrival – the PS Vita.
When I first played MotorStorm RC, it was at the PlayStation Access Vita Rooms Party here in UK. I managed to catch up with Paul Rustchynsky (Evolution Studios Game Director), who gave me a quick run down on the game itself before letting me loose on their Vita to experience it first hand.
It has been well over a month since I last played this radio controlled riot, and once I managed to get my greasy mits onto a copy of the completed game, I couldn’t help but agree that this game was going to be a deal breaker for many a PS Vita adopter.
For those that have been gaming through the early 90’s – do you remember games such as Micro Machines or Ivan ‘Ironman’ Stewart’s Super Off Road? If you do, then you know exactly what to expect from MotorStorm RC. In fact – scrub that, you’re going to expect that AND MORE! If you haven’t played any of these games, get Googling to see what you’ve missed out on. They were THE games to play back in the day!
Last week, I was invited to an exclusive PS Vita Rooms Party here in the UK, and to be honest, it’s taken me all this time to digest everything to do with the event.
The PS Vita Rooms Party took place on Tuesday, 17th of January at 63 Deansgate – a highly popular stretch of road situated bang smack in the heart of Manchester, the city belonging to two of the world’s most admired football/soccer teams: Manchester City and Manchester United.
With the location guaranteeing maximum exposure for the PS Vita events in the North West of England, thousands of gamers filtered through the doors over 7 days to catch a glimpse of the console that has caused a stir over recent months.
With the event consisting of approximately 30-35 playable PS Vitas on two floors, approximately 10+ ‘launch day’ games on display, a DJ, free food & drinks, developers, and exclusive PS Vita accessories being showcased – you knew that this party was the place to be!
After the recent success of Motorstorm Apocalypse, Evolution studios has decided to release its second foray into the handheld genre, Motorstorm RC. The game has players controlling RC cars on sixteen tracks taken from all previous Motorstorm games. Its the best of both worlds, with an arcade-like racing experience, and modern day online compatibility. It will be released Spring 2012 as a PSN only downloadable title, but it will be playable on both the Vita and PS3, including a four-player split-screen mode on the PS3.
Split-screen has slowly been dying over the years, so it’s good to know that split-screen is being included in this downloadable title. Cross-platform play has not been confirmed, but it has been strongly hinted at. Game developers should take a hint and start bringing back this feature. More details after the jump
It was an unfortunate release date that Motorstorm Apocalypse had chosen; it’s no fault (pun not intended) of Evolution Studios, of course, but it does almost highlight the lack of reason for these races to be taken place. Like most earthquake-based movies, the plot isn’t the main draw; it’s the spectacular special effects and the chance to witness a horrific event as entertainment. In this instance, the entertainment is stunning; with collapsing buildings, the ground opening up, and even a tornado, there is always something waiting to completely change the track on the next lap.
Apocalypse is the third game in the series (4th if you include the PSP outing) and sticks to the well established formula of racing in dangerous terrain, avoiding environmental hazards, and other racers. After the desert, a pacific island, and the arctic, Motorstorm has headed to urban pastures, but, obviously, this wouldn’t be exciting enough, so enter the earthquake. In fact, it hasn’t even deemed an earthquake dangerous enough, as the Apocalypse subtitle eludes, it’s the end of civilization and there are two warring factions to drive between whilst you race, if the constant earthquakes changing the track wasn’t enough.
Earlier today, Sony has announced that they have either canceled or streamlined ongoing projects in a few of their UK-based studios; namely London Studio, Studio Liverpool, and Evolution Studios. As to why the move was made, Sony stated:
“This decision …
The official North American release date for Evolution Studios’ PS3 exclusive racer, MotorStorm Apocalypse has been confirmed for April 12, 2011. The European version of the off road racer will release a few weeks prior on March 16th. PlayStationBlog