PlayStation 3 fans rejoice; the wait is over. Calling All Cars is upon us. In a recent press release, Sony confirmed that it will indeed be released this Thursday (which was a few hours ago). Read on, and release those pent up tears of joy!
Play cops 'n' robbers on your PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™) system this Thursday as Sony Computer Entertainment America will offer the much-anticipated PS3 exclusive, Calling All Cars™, on the PLAYSTATION®Store.
Developed by Incognito Entertainment and overseen by the Spike TV Video Game Awards – 2005 Designer of the Year, David Jaffe, Calling All Cars was built specifically to take advantage of PS3 hardware, running at 1080p High Definition* at 60More PS3 goodness, after the jump.
If that isn't enough to satisfy your cravings, there is more...
Other new additions to the PLAYSTATION Store this week include the arcade classic, Rampart ™, which is downloadable in its entirety, a video for the PS3-exclusive Warhawk™, and a trailer for Burnout™ Paradise.Looking for details? We have you covered.
For those of you who felt that Xbox Live was stealing all your thunder, this has to be welcomed news. That should hold you off, while Sony figures out how to leverage the power of its creative think tank, and starts cranking out more "must have" games for you to buy.
You mean to tell me that you're still reading this? Fire up "old faithful", and start downloading some fun. Oh, and don't forget to come back here and comment about the game. Was it worth the wait? Rumor has it that it rocks the house down.
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