I doubt anyone here but me actually cares, but the Ghost Rider game site is now up. You can check it out here. So far, the only sections up on the website are Information and Screenshots. Here are some of the game’s features as listed on the site:
Authentic Comic Storyline – Famed comic writers Garth Ennis and Jimmy Palmiotti penned the game’s storyline which picks up where the movie leaves off.
Vengeful Combat – Fast paced, combo-based combat against multiple enemies using Ghost Rider’s trademark hellfire chain and hellfire shotgun.
Adrenaline Fuelled Motorbike Action – Ride the terrifying Hell Cycle, swing your chain at enemies and use the bike’s powers: ride on water, boost over jumps, power down under obstacles.
Diverse Scenery – Ride through varied locations from the movie including the Quentin Carnival and Caretaker’s Graveyard, then take a ride down the sky scraper that links Earth to the depths of Hell.
Loads of Unlockables – Artwork, bonus characters, interviews and more extend replay value and challenge players to dig deep into the experience.
PSP® (PlayStation® Portable) system offers new levels, bosses and gameplay including wireless multiplayer and motorcycle deathmatch for up to 4 players.
The game is by 2k Games, and is being developed for PS2, Xbox, PSP and GBA. Talk about being behind the times. You just know there’s something wrong if the PSP version of a game sounds like the most appealing. Now that Marvel’s licenses are all over the place (Fantastic Four with Take-Two, Iron Man with Sega, X-Men and Spidey with Activision), it’s beginning to look more and more like a Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 won’t be possible any time soon.
[Via Superhero Hype]