TerRover will hit the PlayStation Network on Tuesday, September 7th for $14.99 and keep you playing for untold hours thereafter.
The TerRover is a cute little robot buggy with a big smile and warm heart in need of your help to find a new planetary home for him and his friends.
You get weapons and tools and a chassis equipped with rocket launchers, magnet cables and more to assist in collecting all the mechanical parts scattered about and discovering the secret areas and hidden passages.
Now, the new stuff: TerRover features over 40 stages of puzzling arcade levels on five strange and different planets, each with its own physics and funky, eye-popping 2D art style. All pose unique threats and their own version of fun!
The icy vistas of Congelata let you dig through snow and glide along stretches of ice. The all-tech surfaces of Mechanica toss you about its gears and motorized hazards. Robot-eating plants, underground...
174w ago - PlayStation Network Executive Producer Kevin Furuichi has shared a video preview of Qore Episode 27 today, which features Kane & Lynch 2, Splatterhouse, TerRover and more, as follows:
For the follow up to 2007's Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, developer IO Interactive has decided to present the sequel from Lynch's point of view.
So what's it like seeing the world through the eyes of a warped psychopath? About what you would expect–disturbing and occasionally disorienting. Qore presents a sneak peek at the frantic action, including a preview of the popular online "Fragile Alliance" mode.
Namco's 1988 arcade game, Splatterhouse, attracted a bit of controversy for its violent nature. In fact, in those pre-ESRB days, the home console version was released with an "inappropriate for young children... and cowards" warning on the box.
The next-gen reboot of the franchise isn't shying away from controversy either–we almost couldn't show it to you! Audrey Cleo spoke to Namco's producer about what it took to bring Rick back to life.
Amidst the pomp and circumstance that is E3, Veronica...
174w ago - Today Vice President of Development for Creat Studios Scott Hyman has revealed that tomorrow the TerRover PSN exclusive demo is arriving for Qore subscribers.
To quote: We've been working hard on this one for a while, and we're eager to let you get your hands on it and discover the engaging gameplay for yourselves.
You can do just that with the free demo of TerRover available with both versions of Qore tomorrow. Plus, you can watch the (hopefully not-embarrassing) interview with me at E3, chatting it up with Veronica about why the game is so much fun.
The TerRover is a cute little robot buggy with a big smile and warm heart in need of your help to find a new planetary home for him and his friends. The TerRover's controls aren't quite like anything else out there.
His head slides back and forth across his body as you change direction. One button press places his head under his body to turn him over. And most importantly, the left stick lets you pivot your TerRover up and down from either end. You'll need to master this skill in order to save the TerRover population!
You get weapons and tools, too. Choose from various chassis equipped with rocket launchers, magnet cables and more. They'll come in handy in tight...