For the next installment of MotorStorm, Evolution Studios is going smaller, not bigger. MotorStorm RC was announced today for PlayStation Network and PlayStation Vita.
What's interesting about this game is that it'll be the same on PSN and Vita, save for four-person splitscreen exclusive to the former. Your progress between both version is shared, which seems to be a concept Sony has been really pushing lately.
I never did get into the MotorStorm series, but I've always loved videogames centered around radio-controlled cars.
|10:00 AM on 06.12.2013|
DriveClub: Under the hood of the first PS4 racer
Get in, totally disregard your seatbelt and saftey, and get ready to take a spin with me in upcoming PS4 game DriveClub. Relax. Don't let the high-end visuals fool you -- this isn't some uptight sim. It's all about driving an...more
|9:00 AM on 06.12.2013|
Kazunori Yamauchi on Gran Turismo 6 and beyond
At E3 this afternoon I had the pleasure of chatting with Polyphony Digital president Kazunori Yamauchi about his upcoming PS3 game, Gran Turismo 6. He also teased what might be coming up next, but made it clear that we're getting ahead of ourselves when talking about PS4 Gran Turismo titles. more
|11:15 AM on 06.11.2013|
LocoCyle is like Arkham meets Spy Hunter meets acid
After seeing Twisted Pixel's LocoCycle at multiple trade shows in the past, we were finally able to go hands-on with the game on the Xbox One. It's going to be a downloadable launch title when Microsoft's new console is released, with an Xbox 360 release to follow some time later. So how's the game? Fun! It's got the charm that makes all Twisted Pixel games enjoyable. more