Gamespot have revealed some new screenshots and info and the PS3 racing title Fatal Inertia.
To read up on all the info and check out the cool next-gen screenies simply read-on.....
check out how much the game has improved!!!
TGS is going to be something special "mark my words"!
I agree with you on that one man, TGS is going to rock.
For one, the jaggies are totally gone ! Something like that couldn't be seen coming from a dev like Koei, for another aspect the environments are really more diverse than were shown ever before. There are also jungles, lava caverns and glaciers with the canyons. I wonder how lengthy that game will be. I played 5 years back an excellent PC title named 'Star Wars Episide I : Racer' ! in which the 'pod-racing' aspect of the phantom menace was taken into detail. So obviously I have such afftection for this title too, for hover racing has some insanely enthrilling outlook that can't be overlooked. Now such improvements on this title here has made me much vulnerable to get out and buy that one !
Koei has come a great long way with this game and i had my doubts but i'm sure that this game will make up for the lack of wipeout at launch. this game has been totally revamped... the fact the screens show that means that the game will be in playable form for the first time... not like at e3 where it was just a trailer running on actual hardware.. ^^ is anyone up for unline play with this at launch... because this game totally looks as if it's going to rock. the background and environment is awesome the detail has seen some great improvement... this is a game thats running on UE3 and one of the first launch titles for ps3 to use such a powerfull next gen engine... it looks good. Now all i wanna see is Ridge Racer 7 new screen... ^^ TGS man TGS. this is the second ps3 title i will snatch up at launch
is this game made by the makers of wipeout? because wipeout is a pretty good and solid game.
these guys did the dynasty warriors and the sumarai warriors and kessen series on ps2 and xbox and even xbox 360. there canada studio is the one thats doing this game and using the Unreal engine 3, Wipeout is by Sony and Liverpool europe studios. so thats that... this game looks sweet and will be out for release on launch day
This is not my type of game, i rather motorstorm over this game if both launches with the ps3.
I am at work, at cant see the screens, but the way you guys are reacting, the game looks like it has really improved. The game was a joke when it first came out, and now it sounds like it ahs really become a contender. Just watch people, tekken 6, warhawk, and the other games, they will look insane!! All the 360 fans can tlak about is gears of war, that will be great, but the PS3 has a much better holiday lineup. This is going to be awesome. The return of the King(PS3)!!!
I wouldn't say the PS3 has a better holiday lineup than the 360 by any means whatsoever. A better launch lineup than the 360 had, yes...but not a better holiday lineup, not in its first generation of games...
now i have to decide which racing game i want more motorstorm or this hmmmmmmmmmm
Can you say this game + tilt controllers = wow!
I can't wait to have a crack at this game with Sony's new controllers and free online! Get ready for some fun gamers!
This game gives hope to the PS3. I hope to see more games with this type of quality in the near future.
analysist say that devs are complaining about the ps3 hardware because it's learning curve is too high.... even with it devs are pulling off something amazing and one first gen hardware... imagine the the second gen games for this... MAN!!!! i gawk when i think about it... we'll here more about it's online specifics closer to launch i'm betting as early as TGS06.... cool
want to try this game. It's improved a lot since the E3 screenshots (no more Jaggies!) The idea of using weapons to boost your own speed instead of taking out opponents sounds pretty intriguing.
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