139w ago - Today Associate Product Marketing Manager Brian Dunn has shared a video confirming that MotorStorm Apocalypse PS3 races to store shelves on May 3, 2011.
To quote: I am pleased to announce that MotorStorm Apocalypse will be in stores across North America beginning May 3.
That means that in just a few short weeks, you'll be able to get your hands on the most exciting MotorStorm game to date, with more action than a summer Hollywood blockbuster!
I'm also happy to reveal that every new copy of the game will include a voucher for the Premier Pack DLC bundle, which will give you two exclusive in-game vehicles and more (pictured below).
To give you a taste as to what's in store come May 3, take a look at our recent sit-down interview with Game Director Matt Southern as he talks about his vision for MotorStorm Apocalypse and how the game will deliver one of the best racing experiences to date on the PS3:
Gamespot recently gave the game an 8.5, saying the "destructive environments and excellent track design make MotorStorm Apocalypse one of the most exciting racing experiences on the PlayStation 3."
And IGN can't wait for the game, saying "MotorStorm Apocalypse has me all revved up... Controls...
159w ago - While GT5 PS3 hit the Internet a few days back, today Producer Chris Hinojosa-Miranda has announced that Gran Turismo 5 for PlayStation 3 officially races into stores today and shared a new launch trailer!
To quote: Christmas has arrived a little early for all you GT fans across the world with today's release of Gran Turismo 5.
That's right, it's been five years in the making and it's finally here – the most realistic and comprehensive driving experiences in one of the most highly-anticipated games ever released. And what better way to spend the 4-day weekend than diving into the world of Gran Turismo 5 head first?
To celebrate today's release, check out our new GT video with never-before-seen footage of the game.
Not only will you be able to play with over 1,000 licensed cars from the world's top manufacturers, race on more than 20 tracks with over 70 variations of famous world circuits, city courses, snow and dirt, and original environments popular to fans, but experience new features BRAND NEW to the franchise.
174w ago - Producer Scott Nielsen has confirmed the ModNation Racers PS3 XP Races issues have been remedied, and provided some UFG insights today as follows:
Last week an issue was introduced with the release of Title Update 1.02 that affected XP Races and XP Series resulting in situations where players were unable to load into the respective XP Races.
This issue has been addressed in Title Update 1.03 which we are currently scheduled to release during our regular maintenance window tomorrow morning (Tuesday, August 10th).
I'd also like to take a moment to try and provide some insight into our game and hopefully some clarity surrounding the load times in ModNation Racers.
This is a subject that both our fans and the team are very sensitive about and we want to assure you that a lot of work has been done in order to address these issues. We have made some significant strides to improving the user experience in ModNation Racers with the release of the Title Update.
Custom Creations means A LOT of Data
As you know, ModNation Racers can't be compared to most racing games as it lets you create your own experience. That means we have races where each...
260w ago - MotorStorm: Pacific Rift's Game Director Nigel Kershaw shared the following tips today via PS Blog:
To get those elusive gold medals in the speed races on MotorStorm: Pacific Rift can be somewhat frustrating, with the time ticking down, and every millisecond doing the wrong thing might mean the difference between gold and silver.
First thing to remember - getting gold on these, especially later in the game, is supposed to be hard. However none of them are impossible...I've completed them all myself with a good few seconds to spare, and I'm not that good at the game.
Second point is to expect the unexpected. Some of the speed races follow pretty standard track loops, while others mess with your head by gallivanting all over the tracks in strange directions. If it's your first time in a particular speed race, don't just sail through a gate expecting to be lined up perfectly for the next one. Be cautious and pay attention.
Third point is practice. Unless you're some kind of god, you're not going to get these babies the first time out, especially on the later levels. Give them a test run first, and learn where those illusive gates are.